Confessions of a Summer Intern: Passion Equals Action

Well, my amazing and life changing internship has finally come to an end. Overall within my internship at the US Department of Education, I was able to work with many leaders in the field of education, and was thrilled when they placed me on a second team– the Early Learning team. My main supervisor, Jo … Continue reading

Confessions of a Summer Intern: Saying Goodbye to England

I have now completed my internship and returned home. It was a very short internship, only the run of one production and then some, but it has taught me quite a bit and given me experiences I could never have attained through a classroom. In my last few days of my internship, we were setting … Continue reading

Confessions of a Summer Intern: Bittersweet End to a Fantastic Summer

Hello again! What a bittersweet ending to a fantastic summer! I never imagined I would leave with such an array of good experiences and memories. I’ve met so many amazing and very accomplished individuals and even lifelong friends. I’ve volunteered many hours for a good cause, learned how to professionally present 15-minute to hour long … Continue reading

Confessions of a Summer Intern: Reflections of a (Virtual) Intern

For my final post, I’d like to take some time on what my experience has been working with Time at the Table as a virtual intern. Interning for them has been one of the best internship experiences I have ever had, even though I do most of my work independently. With a virtual internship, you … Continue reading

Confessions of a Summer Intern: Washington DC Is a Fantastic Place for an Internship

Fourth of July in DC The first month and a half of my internship experience has been amazing! I am continually learning new things and helping others to learn as well. My supervisors as well as other staff at the department are always so encouraging and open to my ideas. There are very few interns … Continue reading