Intern Blog

WASH-ington YOUR HANDS

The most important lesson I learned during my internship in D.C. may actually have been learned on the commute. We all know it is important to wash your hands, but here is a reminder.


How to Have a Life Outside the "Swamp"

Living and working in D.C. can be intense. It's important to take time for yourself and find things that interest you in the city.


Paris: Making the Most of Your Experience

This blog post is a guide for anyone visiting Paris on how to make the most of their trip. Although the city might not be what you expected, you can still have an amazing experience!



Coffee, Coffee, and Coffee

This will be the absolute most important thing you can do with your time in D.C.


The Life of an International Trade Assistant

By the end of your internship in London you will come away with a different point of view of not only the job, but yourself and the world along with it.  


My Top 5 Smithsonian Museums

I will list my top five Smithsonian Museums that I have visited.


Excelling on the Hill

Adjusting to life on Capitol Hill can be a bit difficult. Here are the three biggest pieces of advice I can provide you to ensure you excel in D.C. 


My Debt is Paid

How a simple grant paid for the trip that inspired me to intern in D.C.


The Internship Bag

Have you ever wondered what was in your co-worker's bag? In this blog I will share what I keep in my bag that I carry to my internship every day.


Culture Shock in the Same Country?

Like most students, who grow up in the suburbs and go to college away from the city, I had the dream of living in the city. I dreamt of living in cities like New York or Los Angeles and envisioned my life to be similar to those seen in movies and on YouTube. Living amid high-rises, unique coffee shops, and great restaurants feels like the epitome of success.

Today, those dreams a...

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