Rome Internship Program, Italy
I am a junior at Arcadia University, double majoring in International Studies and History. I haven’t decided if I want to be the president of the United States or the next Rick Steves, but for now, know me as your go-to Rome Internship blogger. I like to think of myself as a Global Citizen, but I figured I should step up credentials by taking on the Eternal City this semester. Join me as I attempt do as the Romans do during my study abroad experience in Rome, Italy.
I’m now in the last two weeks of my semester in Rome, and what a feeling it is. To say I’ve lived in Rome for 100 days is definitely an accomplishment worthy of putting on my gravestone. It’s in these last days here I am beginning to reflect on how crazy… More
By now I’m sure it’s hard to discuss the political atmosphere in America, but it’s even harder to discuss this topic abroad. Why is that? Well, for the most part, discussion has been dropped. The hype and excitement has left, and the world around me seems… More
Let’s talk about the realities of, not only interning, but interning in a foreign country. Coming to terms with my internship was a challenge I faced even before landing in Italy. I am an International Studies and History major, so my expectations were… More
I don’t claim to be an expert on graffiti, but many of the Romans I’ve met do. As Americans, we are quick to point out the unseemly graffiti that seems to be everywhere in Rome. When I say everywhere, I really do mean everywhere, except maybe on UNESCO… More
Before you buy your plane ticket with some Italian romance in your eyes, I have to let you in on a few essential parts of studying abroad. See, there is this thing some professionals like to call “the emotional stages of studying abroad,” or as I like… More