As I was preparing to write this final post about my fall internship with UNICEF Bolivia, I looked back on some of my peers’ final blog entries, to gain some inspiration for what parting words of wisdom I should share here. Reading only a handful of posts was enough to remind me that the ending to my internship experience was not like many of my … Continue reading Wrapping up internship, part 2: Learning & gratitude
If you’ve been keeping up with my blog posts (see my second post here), you’ll probably guess that I spend most of my days sitting at my desk. It’s true that I spend most days reading hundreds of pages of research, entering data into spreadsheets, and writing briefs. That said, I also take advantage of opportunities to get away from the desk, whether by joining … Continue reading Out of the office, Bolivia edition
I’ve now been in La Paz for one whole month (!!), which also means that I’ve gotten into more of a routine (which I crave), and the weeks are starting to pass by more quickly. As such, and after being inspired by fellow IEDPers’ blog posts (looking at you, Vasiliki and Morgan!), I decided to share what a “day in the life” of an IEDP … Continue reading A day in the life of an IEDP Intern in Bolivia
¡Saludos! My name is Magali and I’ll be interning with UNICEF Bolivia in La Paz for the next 13 weeks. It’s a little wild to think that I’ve been in La Paz for less than a week—from adjusting to the altitude, to some changes in plans due to protests in the city, to my first few days of work, it’s been a whirlwind five days! … Continue reading ¡Saludos desde Bolivia!