By Deborah Federico
Every year, a panel of seniors gives advice to underclassmen at Boston University’s School of Management on the topic of how to be successful in an internship. One senior, at a recent event, described an internship as a kind of summer-long interview. Everything you do during your internship will be closely monitored by your supervisors and co-workers to determine both if you are competent and a good fit for the company.
Based on what I have heard seniors say, and what I’ve heard managers say are the key characteristics of a good intern, I have created the following guidelines for rocking your internship. Congratulations on landing that summer internship. Now comes the hard part. READ MORE