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Oh, the people you will meet!

6.32 million people, plus you. Who will you meet? Where will you meet them?
 


Hello Health Policy!

This one's for the science enthusiasts navigating the world of public policy. Let's dive into five aspects of health policy that are both surprising and exciting.



Making Friends From Scratch: D.C. Edition

Making friends can be scary. If you’ve ever found yourself to be the kind of person who hates being alone and worries about everything, you’re just like me, and you’re going want to keep reading.


No Car No Problem: Navigating the DMV Metro

This blog emphasizes that although navigating Washington D.C. may seem frightening, in reality, it's not. 


An Imposter Among Us

Moving across the country to intern for a federal agency, congressmember, or professional association is daunting for every intern. Here is how I overcame my own imposter syndrome in order to appreciate my Washington, D.C. experience.


Four Lessons I’ve Learned in Two Weeks

Two weeks in, I've gained several lessons about D.C. life. In this blog, I share four of those lessons, both personal and professional, that will help prospective interns think about their future internship journey!


Four Strategies for a Successful Internship Search

This blog post is a guide to obtaining a public policy internship (mainly in Washington, D.C.). These four tips serve as the foundation to creating a network "bubble" and utilizing the resources at TAMU to the fullest capacity.


“The Sun Feels Different Here” and Other D.C. Run Commute Thoughts

A post about the different thoughts and experiences I had while run commuting in Washington D.C.. The first few weeks of the internship and its experiences are covered and updated.


The Importance of Being an Intentional Intern!

Why it's important to be intentional during your Washington, D.C. internship.

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