Intern Blog

Comfort Zones and Comfort Foods

Ice cream cures most deficiencies.


Don’t Limit Your Challenges, Challenge Your Limits

As a student at Texas A&M, I am committed to seeking growth through experiences that challenge me.


Aggies Commit in Paris

Skills learned in the classroom are extremely different than the skills learned in the working world.  Committing to building upon your undergraduate and graduate skills, and to integrate them with other skills is extremely important, and an internship and a professional office is the perfect place to do this.


D.C. is Not for Me, but That's Okay

Washington, D.C. is not for everyone and that’s okay.


Coffee Plants on Capitol Hill

Coffee Plants on Capitol Hill


The World Is Your Oyster (I Personally Prefer Fish, Though)

If you’re in DC, you’re where things are moving and shaking 24/7. Here’s how you can take advantage of some opportunities in DC!


The Office with No Windows

I spent nearly all of the past two months, as an intern working in an office with no windows, in a building shrouded with secrecy and surrounded by intense security. Yet this office has been one of the most surprisingly transparent places I could have imagined working for.


How Flexibility has Strengthened My Internship Experience

A little wiggle room could go a long way.


Committing to Experiences

Making the most of every opportunity


Scoot Your Way

Electric scooters are now found in every major U.S. city and the D.C. area is no different. In this blog post, I write about the pros and cons riders should consider before riding one.

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