Intern Blog

Committing to Myself

I committed myself to the study of law in order to commit myself to public service

Walking the Path and Driving Change

Texas A&M's expectations of its current and former students.

There Is No Such Thing As “Just” an Intern

A motivational speech cheesier than a GCDC sandwich

Four Ways to Enjoy Your D.C. Experience

In this post, I discuss ways to enjoy the DC intern experience, including finding the fine arts scene, eating amazing food, visiting historical sites, and taking a few pictures.

The Best Lessons

I always walk into a new experience ready to learn something, but the best lessons are those I wasn't quite expecting.

Aggies Commit

I discuss the importance of a strong work ethic and the steps I have taken to increase mine.

What You Need to Know About Interning on Capitol Hill

This blog is my advice to anyone interning on Capitol Hill. I've included a couple of reminders and useful tips I use every day in the office. Read this anytime you need a friendly reminder about why you are working on Capitol Hill.

A Quick Introduction to Three of D.C.'s Distinct Neighborhoods

I explore three neighborhoods in Washington, D.C and give a few quick facts about each.

Three Reasons My D.C. Internship is One of the Most Valuable Experiences I’ve Had in College

Even though I’m not planning to stay and am missing home, there are so many wonderful and important things that I have realized as a result of this internship, which really make me feel grateful to have had this opportunity. Here are three of the biggest things about this internship that have been unexpected and incredible, and it’s by no means an exhaustive list.

“As a student at A&M, I am committing to…”

As a student at A&M, I am committing to myself.

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