There’s plenty of advice out there about how to get an internship and how to make a good impression in the first days of your internship—but the impression you make in the last days of your internship is just as important, if not more so.
As the summer comes to an end, many students are struggling with how to leave on the best possible note. It may seem overwhelming, but in fact, there are only four things that are absolutely necessary in order to be remembered as a great intern.
If it seems to you that this goes without saying, great, now there are only three things to think about. However, as someone that works with a lot of high-achieving, often over-scheduled students, I see a lot of students struggle to fit a decent-length internship into their summer.
I would say that most formal summer internship programs are 8-12 weeks long, although those geared towards high school students may be more like 6-10 weeks.