Intern Blog

Mastering the Little Things - The Stepping Stone to Bigger Responsibilities

My blog post is about mastering the little tasks to build trust with office workers. I provide some examples of what I do to reinforce this idea.


Owning expectations, the fear of missing out, and the space outside the box.

Owning expectations, the fear of missing out, and the space outside the box.


Shark Tank, the Texas Senate Addition

A day in the life of working as a staffer for a Senator that sits on the Finance Committee.


On the Inside

This blog details what I have learned about "working on the inside" of the Texas government.


How to Survive a Shutdown

When D.C. is your campus, think tanks are your classrooms! This guide tells you everything you need to know about dipping into the academic side of Washington, D.C..


What to do during a Shutdown

A guide to finding stuff to do when most things are closed during a government shutdown.


3 Ways to Avoid the "Session 15"

So you've already beat the freshman fifteen, but have you ever heard of the session fifteen? Find out three ways to maintain a healthy lifestyle while working at the capitol.


Stupid Questions DO Exist

Stupid questions DO exist. Just know they're not what you think they are.


Applying My Major

In this blog I describe how my major in economics has contributed to my performance in my internship. All also describe how I am applying my education in my position.


The Most Important Thing to Keep in Mind When Starting Your Internship

My blog post is about how I felt incompetent in my office, then I came to realize that I was expecting too much out of myself. The whole point of the internship is to learn as much as possible!

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