Yes … I’m doing the “experiment” again by having two of my summer interns stay with me. Based on last summers experience (Start, End, Intern Post), I decided to repeat it again … So far, we have one intern already in the house (Senior from Virginia Tech) with the second one arrive in the next […]
I’ve invited my summer interns to write-up their thoughts/opinions/lessons learned from the summer experiment in reverse mentoring. Below is the first post from Curtis … Things I learned from Phil . . . . It doesn’t matter what you’re doing, always produce. Complete the assignments that you are given even it requires working after hours […]
Hanging out with staff and interns that are younger than your own children is a real eye-opener. You quickly realize that you are so far out of the loop – you can’t even see the loop. The challenge is how to you get yourself back into the loop without looking like a creepy old guy […]
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