One JPMorgan Intern Has Learned a Lot in a Single Afternoon


Such as: Don’t send a mass e-mail marked “High Importance” and inviting colleagues to bring fake I.D.s to a bar night that’s “going to get wild.” Also, don’t send a follow-up apologizing for misusing company e-mail but promising (threatening?) that “I will be reaching you from my other email, after work hours from now on.” Then don’t send a third e-mail disavowing any rumors that may have spread (from your earlier missives, maybe?) that said venue is “a pushover bar.” Always include a legal disclaimer at the end of important work correspondence: “(Not affiliated with InternParties, just trying to get everyone out and having fun),” which made it onto e-mail No. 3, is an interesting step in that direction.