Summer programs are, basically, extended interviews. In the eight to 12 weeks you’re with a firm, you’ll receive anywhere from six to 10 assignments. And in this economy, it should go without saying that every one counts.

The challenge isn’t just to deliver great work but to know how to rebound if you botch a project. I raise this now because many of you might recently have had or will have your midsummer reviews.

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