Although summer is generally thought of as a time for relaxation, the grind doesn’t stop for many Cornell students who spend the warm months working tirelessly in internships in order to prepare themselves for their future careers. Like many Cornell students, Liang is spending her summer working long hours at an internship. For Chris Rampaul-Pino ’24, the summer internship process started in June 2021, when he sent out his initial applications. Internships can also teach students about the culture and norms of their chosen industry, and how to navigate it. Although many students have had the opportunity to pursue internships in their fields, others have found themselves working summer jobs in order to make money for living expenses and the upcoming school year.
Source: Daily Sun July 04, 2022 15:06 UTC