4 Things You Need to Do at the End of Your Summer Internship
First impressions are important, but what about last impressions? At the end of a summer, the last goodbye interaction you have with any of your co-workers is going to make a long-lasting impression. When you go back to ask for a recommendation or apply for a job with the company you interned at, that last impression is most likely what they will be thinking about. Take control and use this moment to your advantage!
Growing up, I didn’t know my parents were preparing me to become an engineer, but they definitely were. My dad brought home many Hot Wheels and Lego sets because he really wanted the chance to play with them, too. But I didn’t know this. I just played. I had an overabundance of building toys, aimed at both boys and girls, and junk supplies ranging from paper towel rolls to tissue boxes to make whatever I wanted. I didn’t care whether there was a boy or girl on the outside packaging and directions. I just wanted to make.
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