I spent half my day today scouring the Internet for job/internship opportunities. I bookmarked a few pages to go back to later but didn't apply for anything yet.
I was thinking that it would be a ton of fun (besides the fact that it would be a great learning experience, and I may actually be able to do something useful) to do an internship in Washington. So I looked up websites of several conservative think tanks and checked out their internship programs. The one at the Heritage Foundation sounds really good, and it even pays a little bit and provides relatively inexpensive housing. So I looked over their application--and I'm pretty sure I wouldn't stand a chance. What book has most influenced my political thinking? I'm pretty sure I've never read a book related to politics (except the occasional textbook)--I'm not that into politics! I guess I could put the Bible and see what happens... =)
I think I'll be sticking with my original plan of working my tail off all semester and summer to save money for grad school. Assuming, of course, that I find another job... There's nothing unethical about signing up with several temp agencies, is there?