The summer’s coming to an end for me. My experience at RPA was incredible and only left me wanting more. I can’t wait to graduate and go to work! However, that’s not to say I’m not excited for my senior year!
Today I went to LSU to talk to a professor, and afterwards I walked to the union and hung out with a friend for a few hours. It was move-in day for the incoming freshmen, so I watched a lot of new young faces settling in to their dorms and adventuring through the student union. Needless to say, I’m excited for another great year. Perhaps the greatest yet!
This blog was made to chronicle my experience as an intern at RPA. I have been contacted by numerous people applying to the Fall RPA internship, and became sort of an “internship ambassador” by accident. I was glad to help them because I knew I would have liked an inside source to chat with when I was applying.
So with this post I am going to refrain from posting to this blog, leaving it as a living record of my experience at RPA. Maybe one day I’ll work at RPA again and I can pick up where I left off.
If you want to keep up with my shenanigans, I’m starting a new blog called “The Cajun South” that aims to give insight to southern culture in Louisiana, according to an LSU Senior (me). It’ll be way more personal and is in no way affiliated with RPA. http://cajunsouth.tumblr.com/
Thank you so much for reading about my experiences. I feel really cool when people read what I write.