Last day at the internship, each one of us had to make presentation for our project. Our supervisor thought that it would be a good idea for us to complete a presentation on our own. It wasn’t too bad; we had a week to put the presentation together.
Friday 24th, the presentation was about to begin. We received some news; it could be good news or bad news depending on how you look at it. The CEO was coming for the presentation. No pressure. So we expected five to six people coming to watch our presentation. We practiced and making sure our presentations were long enough for fifteen minutes.
Ten minutes later we were expecting six people to come, instead about fifty to sixty people walked into the meeting room. It was a little unexpected. Just a little bit. It was ten times more than what we expected. Included all the Mass Maritime graduated who came to La Speiza for the annual sales meeting.
Our presentation went well, Mr. Giampiero Soncini, the CEO gave us some suggestionswhen giving a presentation. Then the office broke out seven bottles of champagnes for us. I didn’t know if they were celebrating that our internship was over or it was to congratulate us for how much we had learned. I prefer the second one.