The top 10 things you should know before setting foot into a new domain.
Make a good first impression and you’ll get hired for the internship. But leaving a memorable mark is just as important to secure a contact and possibly even a future job.
1. Show up 5 minutes early
by Sarah Brylinsky ’09
It was difficult for me to breathe by the time I’d reached my room in Quito. Ten thousand feet above sea level, the fourth floor seemed more like the forty-fourth floor, and the backpack which had weighed under 30 pounds in Pennsylvania now weighed at least 655. In the next ten days I would hike higher...