Intern Blog

Coffee is Not Just for Closers

Coffee is an important tool in networking to engage with professionals in your desired industry. Here are some tips to get the most of your trips to the coffee shop.

A Weekend in Washington, D.C. with Your Parents

How to navigate your parents' trip to Washington, D.C.

One Mouth, Two Ears

There is almost a sweet science to being an intern in D.C. This can be both stressful and exhilirating at the same time.

Reflections by the Reflection Pond

A frozen pond, a sunset, and the 16th President of the United States

Free Things to do in the D.C. Area

Having fun on a budget can be difficult. Luckily, in D.C. there are lots of fun things to try and do for free.

I Know a Lot Less Than I Thought

It's important to realize that you don't know everything; it's even more important to keep a good attitude and be willing to learn.

An Intern's Guide for a Government Shutdown

Experiencing a government shutdown first-hand

History Buff? Check Out Washington, D.C.!

I can be considered a history buff. When given the opportunity to live in the history-rich Washington, D.C., it was a no brainer for me. I've enjoyed going to places that are important to our country's history.

D.C. Daily

Here's a daily breakdown of hte best things in D.C. It'll keep your work week fun and exciting!

How (Not) to Get a Job in Congress

If you want to work in Congress, take an internship in Congress.

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