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How Italians Use Social Media

A problem that I ran into during my first day at the internship was that I didn’t know anything about Italian social media. Because I am a member of Generation Z and in a major related to the internet and technology, I never thought I would have any trouble with being able to use platforms… Read the full article…


First Week in Review #MyURBNSummer

After a long week of commuting, I have completed the first week of my internship at URBN’s beautiful headquarters located in the Navy Yard in Philadelphia. Moving In This past weekend, I made the move to Philly which will give me more time to network with coworkers, explore the city, and develop new friendships. While… Read the full article…



Starting my Data Science Internship at AT&T

My first week at AT&T Middletown, NJ as an intern was an elating, exciting, enriching experience. AT&T started off as a telecommunications company, but today it has established itself as a media and technology services provider globally too. What Happens the First Week of an Internship The first week of my internship mostly consisted of… Read the full article…



Meet the 2019 Graduate Summer Internship Bloggers!

iSchool graduate students have a huge range of interests, and our program offerings are incredibly diverse. So it only makes sense that our graduate students embark on some of the most interesting and coveted summer internship out there. Today, you’ll meet five iSchool graduate students who are starting their summer internships. Who are the summer… Read the full article…


Meet the 2019 Undergraduate Summer Internship Bloggers!

Have you ever wondered what kinds of internships iSchool students take over the summer? Look no further than following our Summer Internship Bloggers. Who are the summer internship bloggers? Every summer, select iSchool students share their internship experience on InfoSpace. You’ll hear their challenges and successes of going through a summer internship in their own words…. Read the full article…


The Zig and Zag to Finding My Passion

I was at the office at 6:55 a.m. sharp. I skipped my usual morning pick-me-up of a breakfast burrito made out of cheese and potatoes and marched into an empty conference room, opened my laptop, connected the HDMI cable and looked up “Ted Talks public speaking tips.” My intense focus was disrupted by my phone… Read the full article…


The Complicated Art of Flying for Free

One of the most valuable things I learned from my Southwest Airlines internship is finessing my way through the complex work of free flying and travel. In the end, I also learned how to be flexible, open-minded, and approach each moment with positivity and a calm attitude because as the saying goes, everything happens for… Read the full article…


Bias for Action: More Projects, More Fun

Just passing the midpoint in my Amazon Software Development Engineering internship, I’ve continued to make leaps and bounds. My original project that I was assigned is now in the testing and deployment phase. It’s exciting to think about that within my first couple of weeks at Amazon, I’m already getting the chance for my work… Read the full article…