Describe your experience? Anybody staying on part-time? Anybody have a lead on a permanent job?
What have you learned in the classroom that you have leveraged in your internship? Please respond by commenting to this post.
Please check the gradebook to see if you are missing any assignments. You will have a no if I have not received it from you and it is past due.
What are the most important skills (business/technical) and people that you have discovered in your internship? Is there a skill that you didn’t have before but realize that you absolutely need? Is there a person that you discovered that you definitely want on your side (besides your boss of course)?
For the powerpoint outline you may submit to me a one page word document basically listing what you will cover in your powerpoint. Your draft then will be your rough slides in powerpoint.
Let me know if you have any questions.
I hope everyone is learning a lot in your internship. Here is question #2. Please comment on this and feel free to respond to other’s comments as well.
What are some of the important things that you had to find out on your own–having to do with the company culture and/or things you wouldn’t normally think you have to ask for…finding the bathroom, finding where to get coffee in the morning, etc?
I hope everyone is off to a good start at your internships. We have a bunch of students doing internships this summer and participating in this forum. Please feel free to respond to one another student here if you have questions or comments.
The first question is easy: Where will you be working/worked? What will you be doing/did?
Please post a comment to this post and share with everyone what some of your responsibilities will be/were. Others may have questions or may be doing the same types of things.
Please be sure that your user ID is your name and not your TU email alias. We want to know who is posting. There is an easy way to change this. Let me know if you need help.
Also if you have not started yet that is fine. Please post your comment when you start or if you know your responsibilities already feel free to share now.
Instructor: Laurel Miller
Grade of C- or better in MIS2101.
Integrate your internship with your school requirements. Apply your work experience this summer to the classroom and receive course credit! The requirements for this course include reporting on the results on your internship experience.
Note: Arrangements are made through the Management Information Systems Department. If you have any questions please respond to this post.