It’s summer time and most of the B-School first year students are going to experience their first corporate management exposure through summer internship. A summer internship isn’t just about adding a project to your resume without putting an effort – it is no sinecure. Your first year of MBA has been a roller-coaster ride, making presentations, writing assignments and preparing for exams. You have learnt the theory, solved case studies and are now dying to see how it all works in the corporate world. Therefore, most of you are going to spend this summer to gain an advantage over your future competitors in the job market.
So here are some tips to shine as the best intern and make use of the opportunity. Most of you are racing to find your first “Industry Experience”, but proving your worth as the best intern and bagging a “Pre-Placement Offer” (PPO) is a daunting task that requires mutually satisfying relationship between you and the company.