by Katy Arenschield | May 25, 2017
If you’ve accepted a summer internship or co-op, congrats!! You are about to embark on what I’m sure will be a fulfilling, engaging, and challenging 12 week experience. Whether you are graduating next year or not, it is crucial that you proactively think about what you can be doing before, during, and after your work term to impress your employer. Below are my top tips for converting an internship into a full-time job.
- Establish goals. Within the first week of your internship, schedule an appointment with your supervisor to establish goals. Talk about projects that you would like to be a part of and the skills that you bring to the table. Your goal is to show your boss that you are motivated while also giving them something to hold you accountable.
- Be dependable. I read all of the intern/co-op performance evaluations at the end of each semester. Every …