With a new year, and a new semester, comes a new wave of music business interns. Getting an internship is kind of a big deal. Not only does an internship let you get some vital, hands-on experience, but it also puts you in contact with a steady stream of potential future employers. Of course, spending your day texting with your friends and posting sneakily snapped photos of musicians or private company business probably isn't going to endear yourself to any future bosses. Your internship is your big chance, so you've got to make the most of it. Here are six ways to wow them at your music internship. If you hire interns, what should they stop doing RIGHT NOW, and what are some of the things that you'd like to see? Share with a comment!