Archives for the ‘internship’ Category

A Recap of My Summer Research

By • Oct 14th, 2019 • Category: Honors Thesis, internship, Research

For those of you who are missing the sunny weather of summer, you’re welcome for this super belated blog post where I talk about my summer. For those of you who would rather forget about summer and cuddle up with a comfy sweater and hot apple cider (because this season used to be about apple…
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Senate Internship: 06/24-07/07

By • Jul 20th, 2019 • Category: Honors Thesis, internship, Research

Hi all! If there’s one thing this job is not, that would be predictable. Each week and each day is a surprise, constantly throwing new problems, tasks, and opportunities at you—I love it. Last week started off with a surprise: I gave my first tour. This was an opportunity for improvisation not only because I […]

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Senate Internship: 06/10-06/23

By • Jul 20th, 2019 • Category: Honors Thesis, internship, Research

Hi all! Still figuring out all the ins and outs of life on the Hill, bit by bit. My Metro navigation skills are honed, and I finally got a monthly pass so I don’t need to constantly reload my card. Living in a city is much more liberating than I imagined; I can pretty much […]

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Senate Internship: 06/03-06/09

By • Jul 20th, 2019 • Category: Honors Thesis, internship, Research

Hi all! My name is Jack, and I am a rising Junior at W&M. I am an International Relations major, minoring in Film and Economics. This summer, I am spending 10 weeks as a legislative intern for a Democratic senator from my home state. I will refrain from mentioning “the boss” (that’s what everybody calls […]

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Week 7 at the National Assembly for Wales

By • Jul 17th, 2019 • Category: Honors Thesis, internship, Research

It’s my last week at my internship! I feel like I blinked and it’s over, I really don’t know how this happened. This week has just been all about wrapping up loose ends. I finally finished my research on homelessness and I’m incredibly excited for the end result; now that I’ve finished the preliminary work, […]

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Starting Up

By • Jul 3rd, 2008 • Category: advising, advisor, anthropology, archaeology, declaring major, General Technology, internship, Research

So…
Starting things can be difficult. I know I usually have trouble knowing just where to begin. That goes for this blog as well.
We’re supposed to track the research process as we go along, unfortunately I’m already rather far in. So, I’m going to have to make some stuff up, because I don’t quite remember just […]



Starting Up

By • Jul 3rd, 2008 • Category: advising, advisor, anthropology, archaeology, declaring major, Honors Thesis, internship, Research

So…
Starting things can be difficult. I know I usually have trouble knowing just where to begin. That goes for this blog as well.
We’re supposed to track the research process as we go along, unfortunately I’m already rather far in. So, I’m going to have to make some stuff up, because I don’t quite remember just […]



Starting Up

By • Jul 3rd, 2008 • Category: advising, advisor, anthropology, archaeology, declaring major, Honors Thesis, internship, Research

So… Starting things can be difficult. I know I usually have trouble knowing just where to begin. That goes for this blog as well. We’re supposed to track the research process as we go along, unfortunately I’m already rather far in. So, I’m going to have to make some stuff up, because I don’t quite […]

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Starting Up

By • Jul 3rd, 2008 • Category: advising, advisor, anthropology, archaeology, declaring major, Honors Thesis, internship, Research

So… Starting things can be difficult. I know I usually have trouble knowing just where to begin. That goes for this blog as well. We’re supposed to track the research process as we go along, unfortunately I’m already rather far in. So, I’m going to have to make some stuff up, because I don’t quite […]

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New internship opportunity!

By • May 13th, 2008 • Category: Honors Thesis, internship, Research

In 2008-2009, 10 students will collaborate with Carlos Osorio from the National Security Archives to produce briefing books on discrete topics as part of a new research-internship opportunity. A direct outcome of the first Hispanic Cultural Studies Research Forum, the idea for this research-internship opportunity was born when Argentine and WM students visited the Archives […]