Intern Blog

Tips for D.C.

Going from a small college town surrounded by high-spirited Aggies to Washington D.C is no easy transition.

Accidentally Stumbling upon a Miley Cyrus Concert

Pride Month festivities in Washington, D.C.

Taking the Plunge into the Big City of London

Living in the city of London can be a bit of an adjustment from College Station. Even though Texas is great, there is so much more in the world to see.

Unintentionally Attending My Very First Pride Weekend

I accidentally attended my first Pride Weekend. There were buckets of glitter, love, and even a surprise celebrity appearance too. Hours of sweat and glitter later, I had decided that I never wanted to miss another Pride Weekend ever again.

How to Live Like a Spaniard

Living and working in another country can be intimidating for a first-time intern. This guide to living like a Spaniard helps relieve some of the uneast of living in a new city for the first time.

Finding Humor in Phone Calls

One of the best and worst parts about my job is answering the phone.

How to be a Lifelong Learner as an Austin Intern

As more and more Aggies experience opportunities to learn outside of campus, the cycle will continue and more Aggies will commit to developing themselves into disciplined leaders of character that are committed to serving the greater good through selfless service.

Work Hard, Play Hard

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

What It Means To Commit: Aggie Style!

Three months into this internship and my enthusiasm is still alive and well! Committing to a demanding job like this isn't always a walk in the park, but here's how I stay committed to the cause...Aggie style. This blog is about what "Aggies Commit" means to me and the lessons I've learned along the way. Enjoy!

Carrying the Aggie Spirit

As a student at Texas A&M, I am committing to serving the Aggie Network.

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