Why I left an internship only after 5 days of joining it.

Why I left an internship only after 5 days of joining it.

It all began when my college informed us that they want an Internship certificate. So my reaction is What? I don’t want to do that tedious stuff, rather than I should do a startup.

It all began when my college informed us that they want an Internship certificate. So my reaction is What? I don’t want to do that tedious stuff, rather than I should do a startup. I am a guy who read about business; I was a kind of freelancer who creates portfolio websites for customers and passionate about doing that.

After a bit of thinking, I went onto LinkedIn to apply for an Internship; I was only applying for an Internship because of my college criteria. I turned on the Jobs alert and filter only for Web Development. After applying for almost 20 companies, 2 contacted me out of which one is paid, and the other one is unpaid. I preferred a paid Internship and started the overall process.

After two days, the Company sent an email asking a few questions about FrontEnd, BackEnd, SEO, UI, and UX designing, and I was pretty comfortable answering that. Within a week, the founder of that Company (which was just a Startup) informed me that they want to take my interview.

Fine, I was ready for it. I shared my previous project with them, and in the afternoon, we had an interview on Google Meet. The question which was asked by him was to leverage their Startup and necessary Web Development details. I gave almost every answer well. In the end, he informed me that they would notify me later. I was pretty fine with it.

Almost four days later, I got a call that you have been selected, and my response was overwhelming; they even want to pay me 100$ for one month. My perception of the Internship has changed now. They asked me when you want to join, and I said from today itself.

And this way, my first genuine Internship was started. They joined me in a group and told me to go ahead. Before that, I have made many websites for Companies (similar to the portfolio), even for an NGO, so I pretty much know the process. In LinkedIn, when I was applying for this Company, the roles and responsibilities include Coding with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, have a basic knowledge of SEO, integrate with BackEnd, and carry out User Interface.

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