Before the end of last semester she had plans for 2 surgeries, a birthday party, a graduation party, a new apartment for the summer, a new apartment for the fall, trips to Naples, Key West, Titusville .. and so on
This week, I remarked on how social the internship is. Despite being virtual, I feel that there is a community of interns and colleagues. The intern game-night Zooms have been surprisingly fun and though Zoom fatigue is real, I’ve always left our meetings excited for the next one!
Last week, I learned a lot about being a working writer. But this week, I became a published writer! My first story appeared on the PhysicsToday website on Friday, June 25. (Don’t worry, I’ve marked it in my calendar.)
It’s hard to believe that four weeks have already passed since I began the SPS summer internship! There has been so much learning and growth already, and I’m excited to see what other experiences are in store for me as we enter the second half of the internship!