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fall 2007

As final exams approach and snow begins to melt, students start to ponder their summer plans. For junior writing majors and minors interested in getting an internship, many turn to Barbara Adams. Teaching at Ithaca College since the early 1970s, Adams is an assistant professor of writing and director of the Department of Writing’s...

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The top 10 things you should know before setting foot into a new domain.

Make a good first impression and you’ll get hired for the internship. But leaving a memorable mark is just as important to secure a contact and possibly even a future job.

1. Show up 5 minutes early
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“It’s great,”senior National Geographic researcher Heidi Schultz exclaimed one day as we were walking to lunch. “We’ve turned you into a research snob!”

It was true. I’d spent part of that day with Heidi and another intern moaning and commiserating over frustrations with editors who are more...

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It’s 10:45 on a Wednesday night.

Your head droops over your history textbook, and you attract glares and snickers from others sitting around you. The library is lively tonight, but the rumble in your stomach makes you sluggish.

That flimsy turkey wrap you ate five hours ago no longer provides you with...

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I think it was the coffee that did it, but on a trip to South America, it might have been many things. The Andean region of Ecuador where we lodged and worked boasts two of the top five most biodiverse regions in the world, and the area surrounding the eco-lodge where we slept is home to more than 350 species of birds. To this day one can still...

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