- When working virtually, it can help to get into the mindset of “going to work.” Try allocating a specific space in your house for working on your internship assignments or getting out of the house to do work at your local library or coffee shop. Make sure that you treat your virtual internship as seriously as an on-site assignment. Avoid distractions so that you can devote your mind fully to the work at hand.
- Keeping track of tasks and meetings during a virtual internship can be daunting, especially if you are also juggling other responsibilities. Consider using an organizational tool such as Google Calendar or Evernote to help you stay on top of things.