Former International Human Resources Intern at PricewaterhouseCoopers
about 2 years ago
While it may be difficult to accept a full-time offer due to international regulations, don't let this deter you from giving 110% into your work and assigned projects. Make sure to soak everything up like a sponge and continue to ask questions to obtain a better understanding of the team's responsibilities and roles and how they work towards the company mission.
Looking back on my own experience, I recommend to connect with other employees or interns who are not in the same department as you. There are many friendly employees there who are willing to grab a quick late-morning coffee and give insight into their roles. This gives you a more well-rounded perspective of the company and other networks who may offer valuable advice in the future. Your supervisor as well as the people you meet will recognize your efforts and interest into the work, which could be highly valuable towards the end of your working period.