The Internship Generation
Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle, is joined today by three of Glen Eagle’s summer interns tell us about their experiences. According to a recent Forbes report, the percentage of graduates who had worked at least one internship during their college careers rose from less than 10 percent in the ‘80s to more than 80 percent in the mid-2000s, and the number is only growing. While there’s the stereotype of the monotonous internship full of coffee and copier runs, an internship usually is an eye-opening learning experience that prepares students for their future careers while also bringing a fresh perspective into the office that employers can benefit from.
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