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 »
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 »
Summer in New York City means ice cream trucks, sweltering subway rides, Saturdays napping in Central Park, and weekends spent enjoying the city’s vast array of incredible seasonal events. New York has so much to offer, especially for students on a budget. Mark your calendars now, because you won’t want to miss these awesome events… Read more »
So you dove head first into your internship and it’s been a few weeks…and you have no idea what you’re doing. Sure, you know how to finish your tasks in a timely manner, but why are you laboring for this company? Your school, parents, or mentors probably told you it looks good on a resume… Read more »
The first step in getting ready for your internship is packing. The big P word. But don’t fret, we’re here to help. We have compiled a list of 7 essentials any New Yorker would need. 1) Resumes (also business cards) What kind of nerd would constantly carry a copy of their resume around? The… Read more »
IKEA. Smorgasburg. Prospect Park. Coney Island. The Barclays Center. Hipsters in indie coffee shops. Only one borough of New York City can boast all these gems in the space of just 97 square miles: Brooklyn. If you’re living in our Albee Square building this summer, you’ll have easy to access to all of these Brooklyn… Read more »
NYCIntern is excited to announce the addition of a new housing location: Albee Square in Downtown Brooklyn! Albee Square is a brand new luxury apartment building in one Brooklyn’s most up and coming neighborhoods.
Nervous about the subway? Don’t worry, we’re here to give you a comprehensive subway guide that will help you get to work on time, explore all the city has to offer, and make you feel a little bit more like a real New Yorker.