Albert Bourla, chairman and CEO of the pharmaceutical giant, says remote work didn’t deter his company’s internship program, and may have made it stronger.
The summer of 2020 was a season full of cancellations. Baseball games were pulled down, graduation celebrations were postponed or held online, and raucous political conventions in confetti-filled arenas were nowhere to be found. But through the COVID shutdowns, one tradition endured at Pfizer: the summer internship.
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