It was my sophomore year in college and I was convinced that my life was destined for the hip hop industry. Every time a major artist or executive in town I always made sure I positioned myself to be in the room with them rather it was to be a runner or a volunteer to set up and take down all the props the executive/artist used. I wanted to be in industry and there was nothing or no one who could stop me.
With the geographic barrier to entry being removed, the diversity and sheer quantity of the application pool increases. These qualities of the application pool allows a team to select individuals best-suited for a position. A very important group that can potentially enter this workforce is the economically disadvantaged that can otherwise not afford to relocate and pay upfront living expenses while working unpaid.
You've worked hard to get this opportunity and you want to make sure you get the most out of it. During the remaining weeks of your internship, think of this opportunity as a chance to "try on" a new role, or possibly several new roles if you're given the chance to rotate through different areas of the organization.