From the academic perspective, the supervisor has a major role and the intern has to be in consistent touch with the supervisor. The first meeting is marked with an introductory session in which the details of every assessment are discussed. This discussion is followed by weekly meetings with the supervisor for almost four weeks. The first two weeks involve discussions on the weekly study plan and Gantt chart prospects. The third week involves the introduction of weekly reflective reports. In the fourth week, the intern is required to suggest some ideas about the role of mortgage brokers in customer service (Li-hong, 2013). The intern’s academic schedule is halted by Christmas and school holiday breaks. Thereafter the intern is supposed to communicate with the supervisor regularly in order to gain feedback and work on further improvisation. The final project proposal is prepared after three weeks of careful research and improvement. Then the supervisor helps the intern in writing methodology for the project and in subsequent modifications. The feedbacks help the intern in preparing a flawless plan for surveying mortgage brokers (Mei-fang, 2014). The difference between questionnaires and interviews is clearly noticed and the intern has to engage in further interviews with mortgage brokers. The academic schedule of the intern helps in productive orientation of an intern with the organization.