|By hey der on Tuesday, January 07, 2003 - 08:04 pm: Edit|
hey after looking at a bunch of summer programs on the intranet and looking at a harvard summer program brochure i've come to one conclusion: the "good" programs are too competetive, and the "going to summer school at ivy league campus" is too expensive (the harvard one is like 8000). i've decided to do some type of internship at a law firm. i think that would be loads of fun and would gimme a good glimpse into the life of a lawyer.
for those who have interned before, how did u go about applying for it? did u use an intern program or did u just go to a random company and ask them to set something set up for you personally? also, what kind of stuff did you do? like boring getting coffee and donuts or did you get an invaluable experience? p[lease share ur ewxperiences.
|By yuppers on Thursday, January 09, 2003 - 04:10 am: Edit|
|By O71394658 on Wednesday, January 15, 2003 - 09:44 pm: Edit|
Most likely depends upon the internship. I was actually going to go to the NIH area over the summer, but due to their lack of housing situation, I can't go. But from what I've heard, you come into contact with the real leaders and your allowed to conduct your own research and whatnot. So, I'm assuming it generally depends upon the position.
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