Paul Critchlow had a long career in corporate communications, and while retirement felt euphoric at first, he began to feel irrelevant as time went on. Over lunch with a friend working at Pfizer, he was asked to become a summer intern. Both inspired by the movie, The Intern, he accepted. His internship resembled a consulting gig, benefiting someone with his stature. He also took on a mentorship role with another intern, and befriended many. He also learned more about social media and creating engaging presentations from others in the program. Paul also gained confidence in himself to apply for communications consulting gigs. "I think I got a sense that I can be entrepreneurial," he says.
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