Hello, I am currently a Senior majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. Last year, I found a problem with myself in that while searching for internships, after having applied to countless opportunities (80+) I was rejected for every single one: not even a chance for an interview, most of them simply ghosted me so I just assumed that they were not interested.
My Career Development Office at my school said my resume looked fine, but I feel that is from a general standpoint rather than a specialized one; additionally, after doing some research afterwards, I realized that my skillset was sorely lacking (I am aiming to become a full-stack developer). Having stated the above, I am not certain exactly what sort of skills I need to be learning so that employers will at least give me a chance to interview. Some of my relevant knowledge include:
Programming Languages: Java, Python
Theory: Data Structures, Object Oriented Design, Algorithms/Run-time analysis
Related: Discrete Mathematics/Graph Theory, Linear Algebra
Any input is much appreciated, and I hope to be a active participant in this forum.