Five Tips for Your Electronic Devices in College

Posted by Leo Briceno on 8/12/19 10:44 AM

In the last twenty years, the introduction of personal electronics has changed the college game forever.  It's almost unimaginable to go through college without a laptop or a smartphone. The pen...

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Trent Martin's Internship at 21 Wilberforce

Posted by Leo Briceno on 8/9/19 1:31 PM

Trent Martin, a rising senior at Patrick Henry College, was already looking forward to the summer when he learned that he would be interning with 21 Wilberforce, a humanitarian advocacy group,...

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Inside an Internship: Esther Katz's Capitol Hill Experience

Posted by Susanna Hoffman on 3/28/19 11:24 AM

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The Irreplaceable Value of Internship Experience

Posted by Kara Brown on 3/28/19 10:55 AM

Senior Susie Roberts was interviewing for an intern position at CareNet, a crisis pregnancy center, when the interviewer asked her a pointed question.

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The How & Why Behind Apprenticeships at PHC

Posted by Marjorie Pratt on 3/28/19 10:44 AM

Apprenticeships at PHC  follow the classical model of preparing young people for their professions by sending them out to practice their craft. With over 500 hours of work-related experience...

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WATCH: Meridian Paulton's Story: Working for The Heritage Foundation

Posted by Kara Brown on 6/2/18 9:47 AM

 During her senior year at Patrick Henry College, Meridian Paulton starting interning for The Heritage Foundation. Before she graduated she started working as a full-time staffer. Watch her story...

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Don't Believe These 5 Myths About Working in Politics

Posted by Ben Woodward on 3/27/18 9:00 AM

 I’ve worked in politics throughout my professional life. Well… all four years at least. 

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Helping Others Through Policy: Meet PHC's Meridian Paulton

Posted by Marjorie Pratt on 3/15/18 9:00 AM

 “You must be named for the radical feminist novel 'Meridian,'” Gloria Steinem said to teenage Meridian Paulton. “Thank you for standing for feminism.”

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A Capitol Hill Summer: In the World but Not of the World

Posted by Evie Fordham on 9/23/17 9:30 AM

The most exciting day of Esther Katz’s congressional internship on Capitol Hill was probably the day she ate a five-course lunch in the same room as President Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz.

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Finding Opportunity in the Mundane

Posted by Courtney Ngai on 6/26/17 1:43 PM

A month ago, I watched the majority of my former classmates literally pack up their lives and move away to whatever new thing that they had planned—jobs, grad school, traveling, and more. Not much...

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