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How to deal with being unappreciated in internship?

Author : Beverly S

Submitted : 2018-02-22 02:16:31    Popularity:     

Tags: deal  unappreciated  internship  

Hello, I'd like to ask for advice. I have been doing internship at a consulting company. they took 6-7 interns in their company and gave everyone to work on seperate projects(clients). A project i was given required being in contact with CEO of anothe

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Take the next one & move on.

PLEASE STOP dumping in parenthetical phrases all over your writing (when you give explanations and details), it's incredibly annoying (unpleasant to read and hard to track what you're talking about). Especially when you forget about spacing(inserting parenthetical phrases without a space), you certainly don't write like a high-GPA genius. I sure hope none of your coursework had anything to do with writing. If so, you should go find your instructors and slap them.

One of the most important aspects of an internship is to transition from a classroom environment to the real world. Your question drips with an entitlement mentality, which is often part of the curriculum at colleges these days. You're not entitled to "an opportunity to express my abilities." It sounds like you weren't getting enough work so they fixed the problem. In the real world you don't get to pick and choose which tasks you perform. You do what your employer wants you to do, not what you think is best for you.

And please clean up your writing before you go crowing about what a high GPA you have. Adding things all over the place like, "Mistake in 3rd sentence - friend of our CEO*, Founder of client company*, co-investor with our CEO," is terrible writing. You're requiring your reader to get out a freaking spreadsheet to track what you're trying to say.

What to do? Grow up, and realize that you're an adult now, you're dealing with employers not mommy. Would you be happier if, since you were no longer needed where you were, they had just terminated you?

From what you have told us, it seems clear that they all realized exactly what you are telling us and are going out of their way to reassign you to a project that will allow you to offer the company what you believe you have to offer. What you are doing is being given special attention and a new opportunity.

GPA is about school. Period. It is not something to try to swagger about in a professional environment so try not to do that, if you have, even once ever again.



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