You're in the home stretch. You have two weeks left of your internship, and as you prepare to move back to school all you've got on your mind is that pesky morning class you signed up for twice a week and how in the world you are going to fit all your new clothes into your suitcase.
Wait a second. We said you're in the home stretch, not the locker room. The game's not over. Before you get too caught up in going back to school, let's talk about something that comes first: ending your summer internship. What can you do in your last two weeks in the office to both leave a positive lasting impression on your boss and coworkers AND ensure that you milked your position for all it is worth?
HC's got you covered. We've gathered a list of 8 things you NEED to do before your internship ends that will allow you make the most of the hard work you put in to your job over the last few months.
Ask for Feedback on Your Performance
Sure, you may talk to your boss every morning. But have you ever asked her for detailed, honest feedback on your work? Throughout your internship you may have completed your tasks, but you may not have had the chance to assess how well you completed them. Ask your boss -- in an email, before meeting face-to-face -- in what ways you met her expectations, and how you could have done better. Discussing this with her at least two weeks before the end of your internship will give you time to make changes should they be necessary. Internships are meant to be learning experiences, so take advantage of that.
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