Intern Blog

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

7 Tips to Help You Succeed in D.C. (and in life)

Seven tips to help you succeed in Washington, D.C. and in life. Get here and make the difference you want to make.

5 Things A Monophobe Needs to Know Before Moving to Washington D.C.

Moving is stressful. Moving 1,400 miles away, by yourself, is even more stressful. For a monophobe like me, it’s insanity. However, I did it and I survived (somehow). Here are some things I learned from my first time living outside of Texas, in a brand new place I had never even visited before.

Being a Committed Lifelong Learner

If you ever see the movies where the main character has the same facial expression but just moves from scene to scene, day after day from the monotony of their lives - that is my version of torture and one of my greatest fears. I believe there is an incredibly fine line between being content and being complacent. However, it is the mindset of still wanting to grow while being happy with where y...

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