There are a handful of ways to connect with a real person at this company — use a Gmail plugin like Clearbit Connect, or Hunter io to find peoples’ work emails by company search (give them a quick Google — you’ll see what I mean).
If you’ve used the last 2 tips (network, reaching out) and have finally connected with a real person, you can ask them “How can I stand out in the intern application process for [X] company?”, or even better, ask to buy them a coffee and pick their brain about their experience working at the company, the company culture, and to see if you’d be a good fit.
Sites like Pramp help you practice interview skills live, which is another surefire way to get feedback and improve your chances at doing well.
You will see that all of them use Markdown (either the standard syntax or a custom one) and that's because I find it the fastest way of taking notes since it allows to quickly create documents with simple formatting and also allows you to add code block with syntax highlight.
The support for code blocks is great, with syntax highlight for any language you need.
It has great support for code blocks, using prism for the syntax highlight and it also allows you to create your css file to style the exported PDF files.
The mobile app is not the best, but the web client is solid and powerful allowing you to easily add tables and more.
When writing the second edition of my ebook I've used vs code to create individual markdown files and a simple node script to join them into a single one.