Business and Environment Summer Internship Survey 2018
What's your name?
What school(s) are you associated with?
What is your graduation year?
At which company/organization did you do your internship this summer?
Where, geographically, was your internship this summer?
Tell us a bit about what you did. But not too much. We just want a brief overview. 2-3 sentences would be swell.
What is your target industry? Feel free to list multiple industries, if that's what you're into.
Any interest in giving a presentation about your internship to the CBEY community?
Yes, absolutely! I'm super stoked to talk about my experience.
Sure, I'll do it, I guess, if you really need someone.
No, thanks. Hope that's cool. (It is! Don't sweat it)
Any interest in having your internship highlighed in a CBEY blog post?
Yes, super stoked.
Sure, if you need me to do it.
Didn't do an internship.
Have more to share? A picture is worth 1000 words (or 400 words, double-spaced, with wide margins). Attach some photos here, if you have any good ones and don't mind for them to end up online somewhere.
What is the spirit animal of your internship experience?
American manatee: Ran into many threatening obstacles and not the most attractive but still charming in its own way
Black rhinoceros : Hard to find but ended up boldly charging forward
Single-wattled cassowary: Shiny and majestic from afar but very aggressive up close
Koala: Easy for people to get excited about but not very active and kind of boring after a while
Bottlenose Dolphin: Graceful, quick to learn, and a lot of fun, though a little squeaky at times
Peregrine falcon: Dove in quickly and went down fast at first but ultimately soared
Three-Toed Sloth: Slow, so slow, but still kind of precious
African elephant: Required constant energy but crushed every obstacle
Resplendent quetzal: Hard to find but magnificent and worth the search
Horseshoe crab: A bit old school but fascinating and incredibly important
Giant panda: Difficult to acquire and very attention-grabbing but mostly just sat around (also, romantic activities were a struggle)
Aldabra giant tortoise: Trucked along slowly but by the end, made significant strides
Impala: Elegant and fast but a challenging relationship with those higher in the food chain
Solifuge (or camel spider): Ahhh! I don't want to talk about it. I don't want to think about it. I just want to kill it with fire and forget it ever existed.
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