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I am participating in a public internship program through my school, where they match us up with an internship office and get approval from the contact at the office. The student is then responsible for emailing and setting up a phone interview to confirm all of the details and logistics of the internship. I found out I got in the program and emailed my contact to set up a phone interview a week and a half ago. I am getting a little nervous since I have not recieved any final confirmation from the office itself that I will be working there. Should I send another email to the contact just trying to set up the phone interview and word it in a way to say maybe I used the wrong email address or the email never went through and to apologize if he is recieving the email twice since he is very busy. I am not very good at "professional" emails and not sure what is acceptable and what you aren't supposed to do. Any input would be great!
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