The COVID-19 pandemic has unhinged “normal college life,” including internships for scores of college students and recent graduates. These are priceless experiences and résumé builders that often lead to future employment.
Nearly 75 percent of college students had their summer internships canceled, delayed, or made remote this year. By April, more than half of the employers offering internships decided to alter their traditional programs—29 percent elected to move to a virtual format.
As COVID-19 outbreaks continue to surge in numerous states, for the near future, internship seekers should plan on a virtual experience. Here are some tips for