Unique Internships and Volunteer Opportunities

Published Tuesday, May 31, 2011 by Tarang

Many internships can be challenging, educational, and fun. I wrote about internships on this blog before, and I focused mainly on my biotechnology internship. I found my internship through my high school, which is where one should start looking automatically. However, not everyone aspires to be a molecular biology major, and some students want to seek out internships from the “less-trodden” path. There are a large variety of opportunities available, but many students just haven’t heard the choices available to them. So-called traditional internships might involve working in a research lab or a large company…. Continue Reading

Coffee Runs and Confusion

Published Thursday, February 17, 2011 by Tarang

Watching TV and movies gives us a rather warped sense of what an internship really is. While my regular “The Journey” posts shall continue, I decided to also give a break down on obtaining an internship for high school students, since I kept mentioning my biotech internship. High school students are often told (annoyingly but correctly) that they cannot while their summers away, especially their sophomore year or junior year summers. These are the summers that can really help your application shine through and not get lost in the dark piles of obscurity. Internships also… Continue Reading