Why am I a geographer? I didn’t set out to be. I was starting my second semester of college, and I was at a crossroads. I knew I didn’t want to pursue a history degree, as I had originally planned, and I remembered hearing good things from people I trusted about geography, so I signed up for a few classes—and was hooked. A few months later, … Continue reading Intern Introduction: Evan Gover
Today is a milestone for this geography intern: it marks the end of my National Geographic internship and the beginning of my next chapter. A day that I have approach with fear and also viewed with pride, has finally arrived and I could not be more pleased to be part of the National Geographic family. In that regard, I have decided that for my final … Continue reading Five for Friday: NG Internship Highlights!
Hello My Wonderful World readers! My name is Jane, and I am a geography intern with National Geographic Education this fall. I recently graduated from Syracuse University, where I majored in geography. I have participated in many geographical-endeavors, of which my favorites include studying Hawaiian culture at the University of Hawaii, doing conservation work in Sydney, Australia, repairing school buildings in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and doing geography research at Syracuse University. My academic interests include but are not limited to cultural and urban studies, race and race relations, and sustainable agriculture.
Hey Everyone! Let me take a little time to introduce myself, my name is C-A-M to the E… ummmm… Actually, you can just call me Cameron. I’m the newest addition to the totally radical staff here at My Wonderful World, and I come to you in the form of an intern. My journey to this desk began years ago, when I first developed what … Continue reading Hey Ya’ll