4.5 out of 5 Stars
Hands-on experience, knowing that you are respected by others you work with, flexibility with working remotely, networking for future professional successDowners
Can't really say I disliked any aspect of the internship... although it was slightly inconvenient that I was not given a stipend for living considering I had to relocate for the summerAdvice to Potential Interns
Don't be afraid to be thrown into the fire. At first, you might not know exactly what you're doing but take that as an opportunity to leave your comfort zone and learn new things that will benefit you in the future. Asking questions is key to being completely transparent with coworkers and letting them know what you can and cannot do. Do not be afraid to speak up or ask questions even if you think its stupid… That's what being an intern is all about so when you do get that full-time offer, you will already be a step ahead of the game and know what you're doing and how to handle roadblocks/issues when they surface.Would You Recommend
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