10 Tips for Shining at Your Summer Internship


10 Tips for Shining at Your Summer Internship
Get noticed for all the right reasons this summer by being the star of your internship.

10.  DON'T always speak up, but DO listen. DON'T say whatever comes to your mind especially if you are new. DO your best to listen, observe, and take notes especially in meetings. Offer your opinions in meetings and brainstorming as a group but only when asked for it. If you have an idea that is burning your brain, discuss it with your boss in private. (I only go by this rule for one or two months. After that, you should have a better feeling about speaking up and sharing your thoughts and opinions.)

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