Intern Blog

The Truth behind the Saying "Aggies Commit"

This internship has given me a taste of what the real world is going to be like, and I am incredibly excited to get my degree and go back into the workforce.

Falling in Love with a New City

I was so sure my future reality was going to take me back to Texas, but now I am not so sure and I am kind of hoping to keeps me in Washington.  

The Strength of the Aggie Network

I count myself fortunate to have had a conversation with someone who so truly embodies the core values of the University and its students. It further inspired me to give back to the University that has given me so much, and to pay forward all that I can to those who come after me.

Three Ways in Which You can Commit to Learning

Learning does not have to just be a traditional education.

5 Tips for Attending a Presidential Inauguration

What to know before you go

Less Study, More Abroad

Everyone knows that ‘studying abroad’ is a synonym for ‘blow off semester to take time off from school in order to see the world and have fun’, right?

Taking Pride in the Quality of Your Work

The Aggies Commit initiative creates a culture of high impact opportunities that prepares students for a lifetime.

Reflections of a Fifth-Year Senior

I will be prepared for the real world because of everything that Texas A&M has done for me, especially this internship through the Public Policy Internship Program.

How I Played My (Business) Cards Right

The phrase “just an intern” conjures up an idea that interns do not have much power or influence beyond their assigned tasks, right? Well, maybe not.

Lifetime of Learning & Croissants

This Aggie commits to a lifetime of learning and a lifetime of appreciation for croissants

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