As you are doing the internship you should try show that you have the skills to turn into a BA. You should run analysis that are fact based and don't need to be double checked, you should participate on the internal sessions with partners and you should have the initiative to think about your work and what needs to be done, instead of just waiting someone to tell you what to do.
Former Summer Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company
almost 3 years ago
Getting the offer to be a SBA is the hardest part. You'll generally get an offer to join full-time unless something seems really wrong or it seems like a bad culture/role fit. Be excited about the job, show a willingness to learn, ask questions to help yourself improve -- all the typical things that got you to Brown / help you succeed in the real world. To go above and beyond, I suggest getting really involved with your Office and the events/social-type things they plan. As a summer, they don't expect all that much out of you professionally other than improvement and ability to be taught. If you can showcase that along with being an active member and contributor to the McK community, you will shine.