Being a high school junior means it's time to start thinking about the future: college and internships/jobs. No big deal (yeah right). The good news? I've already had two internships and already went through a school application process to get into Dalton, so I'm not as new as some of my friends are. The bad news? It's going to involve a lot of waiting around (I don't mind the paperwork, and I already have my resume set).
Now, I don't have a lit for colleges yet, but I do have one for places I'd like to work. While I was at my foot doctor today (I've been relapsing and have been ordered to go back on crutches for 2 weeks), I saw that my #1 place was asking for reading interns on twitter. So obviously, I applied. Wish me luck! I also inquired at 3 other places if they have high school student internship openings, and I have yet to hear back from them. Long story short, I started this process, and can't wait to see what happens.
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