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8 Things You Must Do Before Your Internship Ends

Okay, so you’re in the home stretch. You have two weeks left of your internship, and as you prepare to move back to home or to school you’ve got alot on your mind now what??

 

Wait a second. We said you’re in the home stretch, not the locker room. The game’s not over. Before you get too caught up in going back to school, let’s talk about something that comes first: ending your summer internship. What can you do in your last two weeks in the office to both leave a positive lasting impression on your boss and coworkers AND ensure that you milked your position for all it is worth?'

HC’s got you covered. We’ve gathered a list of 8 things you NEED to do before your internship ends that will allow you make the most of the hard work you put in to your job over the last few months.
 

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Inspirational Quote Alert!

 

In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.

-Albert Einstein

 Apprentice Program Launches Jobs In A Jet Engine Factory For High School Kids
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Chip Singleton (left) and GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt (right) at Pisgah High School in Canton, North Carolina, this week. GE is holding its annual shareholder meeting in nearby Asheville on Wednesday. Top image: Singleton introduced Immelt to his students. Some 50 young men and women have graduated from the apprenticeship program since it started. Images credit: GE Reports.

The jet engines powering Boeing’s next-generation 737MAX jets will have CMC parts from Asheville inside. Image credit: Adam Senatori for GE Reports.

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Chip Singleton (left) and GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt (right) at Pisgah High School in Canton, North Carolina, this week. GE is holding its annual shareholder meeting in nearby Asheville on Wednesday. Top image: Singleton introduced Immelt to his students. Some 50 young men and women have graduated from the apprenticeship program since it started. Images credit: GE Reports.

 

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5 Coolest Things On Earth This Week

Engineers in Germany built the world’s first electric plane that can take off and land vertically, a team in California bred genetically engineered mutant wasps with red eyes, and a researcher in Holland built a miniature robotic cheetah. We see cat robot memes in our future.

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Culture Reversal: How GE Eliminates ‘Game Of Thrones’ Scenarios At The Office

The GE I work for now is not the same company as the one I joined in 1978. Today, we operate on the premise that our whole is greater than the sum of the parts, exchanging ideas and solutions across GE. Close to 70 percent of our business now takes place outside the United States, so this networking exchange needs to reach far and wide.

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GAME TIME

A. Anjali Nanjannavar
D. Lance Smith
B. Clay Viar 
C. Jennifer Lundahl
E. Sean Santoro
F. Francis Greene

1).  Is 6’9’’ tall

2). Will be traveling to Florence,Italy this summer to take courses.

3). This EID is focused on learning Russian this year

4). Has met Waka Flaka, Andre 3000 on a hunt to fina all ATL celebrities

5). Is the proud owner of a Yellow Lab Mix named Bailey

6). Wants to sight see New York City, Chicago, and DC 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

answers: A4, B3, C5, D1, E6, F2

 

 

Riddle Me This

Answer: What time is it?

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GE Employees Celebrate Ecomaginiation Worldwide

 

 

Employees making steam turbines at GE Power in Schenectady, New York, recently realized they had an untapped energy resource outside their doorstep: a huge parking lot (see top image). So, in honor of Earth Day, they raised a metal canopy and covered the entire lot with 6,800 solar panels capable of generating 2.3 megawatts. 

Check out Ecomagination pics HERE

A Note from your NL/LB Committee

As Geoffrey Chaucer​ once said all good things must come to an end. As this spring semester draws to a close, and our internships come to an end. We at the the Newsletter/Lookbook Committee would like to say thank you for your support and allowing us to be your news team! We wish you all nothing but the best and goodluck in your future endeavors. Hope everyone has great summer!

 

-NLLB Staff (Newsletter & Lookbook)

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