Intern Blog

On pillows, and the relative difficulty in locating Them

Having a true study abroad experience means making adjustments to a new culture. This is the story of how I didn't. 


America really does run on Dunkin’

After a deeper look you will find that our nation's great leaders are human after all. 


What is the authentic Parisian experience?

Croissants, the metro, the Louvre and in my case, working at the American Embassy.


D.C. is what you make out of it: Networking and 4 other misconceptions about Washington D.C.

When people hear that you will be interning at Washington D.C., they invariably will give you advice about how to navigate through the nation’s capital.


What I've learned about being career-minded as an intern

Even interns can be strategic


Urban living next to the nation's capital

I live in Arlington County, Virginia, not Washington, DC, as some would call the area.


Take some time for yourself

Living in a new city can be overwhelming, even if you don't realize it. One way to relieve this stress or anxiety is to take some personal time, something I didn't realize until it was almost too late


Take the fork in the road to adventure

Adventure is worthwhile. –Amelia Earhart


What Do Progress and Marriage Have in Common?

The Human Rights Campaign envisions a world where lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people are ensured equality and embraced as full members of society at home, at work, and in every community.


History Crash Course

Is traveling to century old cities similar to crash course and cramming for an exam?

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