By Quinn Rafferty The days are long but the internships are short. As many of us across the country see our internship coming to a close, the overall sentiment is bittersweet. All our experiences have been vastly different but share three major themes in common. 1.Mercer is a welcoming, supportive and encouraging space to learn... Continue Reading →
By Grace Sheng Hi, I’m Grace, a Wealth Intern in the Houston office. I’ve always been the kind of person who wants to know everything about a situation before I get into it. Before arriving at my internship, I read tons of posts and articles about how to prepare for and what to expect from... Continue Reading →
By Adelaide Seeman Some people know exactly what they want to do in the future. Others, like me, have no idea. But we all still have to go through the stress of applying to summer internships. Personally, most of the stress actually comes from not knowing what position titles actually mean. What exactly does a... Continue Reading →
By Crystal Huang The topic of professional behavior and work etiquette is multifaceted. There are all the things they tell you on the internet: communicate your ideas concisely and effectively, don’t swear, be on time (or a little early!) for work and meetings, keep your personal life out of the workplace, etc. Although these are... Continue Reading →
Atlanta Intern Katelyn Mitchell describes her experience with Mercer's fun, out of office activities.
Seven of our interns took the time to describe their interview experiences.
For the second call in the 2016 Mercer Intern National Speaker Series, we had the privilege of hearing from Terence Chan, Cari Lucey, Alex Ng, and Jonathan Van Hise of Mercer’s Employee Health and Benefits line of business.