Do internships or part-time jobs outside of computer science help improve your programming skills?

I am considering doing an internship or part-time job this summer to help improve my programming skills. Will this be beneficial?

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the benefits of taking on an internship or part-time job outside of computer science will vary depending on the specific opportunity and your own goals and objectives. However, in general, internships and part-time jobs can be great ways to gain practical experience and learn new programming skills. If you are able to find an opportunity that is closely related to the type of programming you want to do in the future, then it can be an especially valuable experience. Even if the opportunity is not directly related to computer programming, any job that requires you to use critical thinking and problem-solving skills can help improve your programming skills.