A New Kind of Internship

Being a new intern in the middle of a global health crisis certainly comes with its challenges.

At Mercury, we understand the importance of college students gaining work experience in their related field, in spite of the current Covid-19 pandemic. This year’s internship program kicked off with our interns supporting and learning about Mercury from the comfort of their own homes.

Five of our international interns created a video that captures what life is like for a Mercury intern. As you can imagine, this project brought the unusual circumstances of interning from home to life. It was a crash course in adaptability but the group rose to the challenge and completed the project successfully.

Click here to check out Antoine Cadeau, Bruno Lemoine, Nicolas Parrot, Nicolas Foschia and Youssef Bendou as they make the best of their internship experience.

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