Well, that’s me … at least that’s me in D.C. for the summer as an international.
I am what is called a young professional. My definition? Someone trying to figure out what the hell life is about and who thinks it’s a good idea to go from cheap Czech Republic to one of the most expensive cities in the U.S. for summer school and an unpaid internship.
Long story short, I have mostly been an international student. That is why I am reaching out to all of you. This is my invitation to you. I would love to share my summer journey in D.C. with you.
But I don’t want to bore you being one lunch away from selling my organs for food. Rather, I want to engage you in this little journey of mine.
I want you to have a hand in guiding me here in D.C. and the U.S. If it’s within my reach, I will go and see or do what you ask me to, and I’ll report right back to you with videos, pictures and articles.
I will be your eyes and ears here. I am ready to complete your missions whether it means going to a bureau and finding out what paperwork you need, or sampling a particular kind of food, or dancing with strangers on the street, or simply visiting a place you would like to see.
What I’m trying to say is your imagination has no boundaries here. (Except for my wallet, sorry).
Leave a comment here, on our Student Union FB page
, and/or our SU Instagram, telling me where to go on and report back what it was like.
Participate in my summer in D.C.!
Also, my name is Monika.Please leave a comment here, and visit us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, thanks!
You know those American movies where the young intern tries to jumpstart her career by working for free, studying at a university, and trying to make money on the side?