Intern Blog

How to Stand out in a City Full of Interns

This blog entails my top five tips for how to set yourself a part from the mass amounts of interns in Washington, D.C.


When Your Boss is Better than Michael Scott

Over the past few weeks as an intern at International Justice Mission, I have seen what it's like to work purposefully as a team for an ambitious goal of ending modern-day slavery. I am inspired daily by the stories of the people I meet in D.C. Overall, the only thing that could make this experience better is ice cream! 


Summer Internships are like Ugly Bookstores

Internships can be chaotic and confusing, however the lessons learned along the way are worth it!


Remembering Our Heroes

Want to know how did we spend our very first weekend in Washington, DC? Hint: It involved flowers, the Beach Boys, and President Obama.


D.C. Adventures

You never know what adventures lie ahead. Be open to what life has to offer!


Lesson in Flexibility

International internships are the best opprotunity to constantly be learning about a job, a culture, and yourself!


Learning Opportunities Outside of Your Field

It is okay to venture out! There is no need to stay in your little bubble.


How to Detox after your First Week in the Real World

After our first 40-hour work week, we just wanted to have a relaxing movie night. It shouldn't be this hard...


How to Make the Most of Being Lost

Washington D.C. is a big city that is crowded and overwhelming. Sometimes you just need to pause and take it all in, even if you're having a bad day. One day I decided to do just that and it ended up being my favorite day yet. 


What to Do When You Should Probably Be Working

Sure, there’s plenty to do in D.C. on nights and weekends – but some of the most unique opportunities are available between 9 and 5.

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