I'll be finishing up in my internship soon and I am not interested in a return offer. Problem is, the CEO is a family friend and I don't know how to tell him that I'm not interested in receiving a return offer or doing any further remote work when I return to college. Primary reason is that this particular line of software development does not interest me at all and I often find myself bored and unchallenged at work.
My bosses seem keen on taking me back after college. This has been clearly expressed.
Just to clarify on the question a little better, I'm wondering how I can convey that I do not want to work here. I don't like lying (by telling him I want to do XYZ when I really don't know yet), and I certainly don't want to tell my CEO/family friend that I think his company is boring to work with.
UPDATE: Because I know you all love updates/follow-ups (myself included): I talked to my manager about finishing up, and it went well. He basically said I could do whatever I like and offered that I could work from home/college whenever I wanted. So even though I'm not sure what I'll do yet, I will still have good ties with the people here.
Even though I wasn't a fan of the work, my manager/boss are some of the nicest people I'll probably ever meet in the workforce. Thanks for all the advice, and I hope this question helps someone else out in the future!