6 Cool NYC Experience Restaurants

  New York City is FULL of restaurants which makes it hard to stroll down a block and not walk by at least one. There are over 25,000 restaurants in all of NYC and I am going to break down some of the best ones to experience in the city.   SEA The SEA is… Read more »

Neighborhood Tour: Financial District

    Your tour around New York’s best Neighborhoods in the perspective of a student intern.   The Financial District, also known as the FiDi, is a neighborhood full of tourist spots, great coffee shops, and an endless amount of the best fast food stops. Whether you are visiting the FiDi for the day, or… Read more »

A Simple Guide to Business Casual

  So, you just found out that you received your dream internship. You start next week, but the company you are going to work for has a business casual dress code!! You’ve never dealt with business casual before, and have no idea what it entails. The good thing about this sort of dress code is… Read more »

A Look Into a Normal Month On an Intern’s Pay

Interning in NYC is not the easiest thing in this world. From finding an internship, to housing, and the internship itself, there are many challenges that need to be faced. Even when looking for internships it’s hard to find one that is good for you, and PAID. There is nothing worse than reading the job… Read more »

Your Guide to the Best NYC Parks

New York City may be the concrete jungle, but did you know that there are over 1,700 NYC parks across the 5 boroughs. While we haven’t ranked all of them, here are a few of our favorites!   Central Park   Central Park, New York’s most famous and beloved park! Over 350 movies have shot scenes… Read more »

Apps for Easier NYC Living

  New York City is truly a culture of its own. It hosts people, food, and an atmosphere that are unique in and of themselves. Visiting for the weekend can be a thrilling experience. But, living in such a demanding (and still magical) city for an extended period is a completely different experience. Luckily there… Read more »

How to Volunteer in NYC

Businessmen in ties, rush hour, and heads held high. Ego is the oil that keeps this machine of a city, running. For many, it’s the only mechanism they have to cope with an environment as extreme and cut throat as NYC.   It’s incredibly easy to get caught up in our life that we forget… Read more »

Your NYC Guide to Buying Everyday Essentials

One of the advantages of living in the city is the variety of stores, always stocked with your everyday needs. But as you may have already noticed, not all stores are the same. From grocery chains to drug stores to bodegas to farmers markets, here is your NYC guide to buying your intern essentials.  … Read more »