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Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Technology Roadmap Intern

June - August 2019 • Dallas, TX

What I liked

What I wish was different

Advice

Build your own network, and build it really early on, and build the relationships as well. Find a mentor.
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Banking Supervision Intern

June - August 2018 • Dallas, TX

What I liked

I liked the ability I had to network with many important people in the bank, and I enjoyed the work that was give to me. Most people I came across during my internship were more than happy to lend some time to share their wisdom and experience with me.

What I wish was different

I wish the internship program would have been structured just a little bit different throughout the summer. There were a number of set in place meetings the interns had to attend that were not always relevant to what my specific job was for the summer.

Advice

I would say to network as much as you can while you’re on your internship to help secure a future job or good recommendation from your employer.
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Technical Writer

May 2018 • Dallas, TX

What I liked

the company, the job, the program and the people

What I wish was different

wish it was longer because it took a while to get into the work and 8-9 weeks felt too short.

Advice

be open to all experiences especially if they are only over the summer. It wasn't my first choice or even my second but now is a place I want to continue my career at.
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Statistics Analyst

June - August 2018 • Dallas, TX

What I liked

I liked the culture of the organization the most, employees - including senior managers were willing and open to meet with interns to share their stories and experiences. Otherwise I liked the whole experience; challenging work, learned a lot, meeting other interns, volunteering, attending dinners, shows and get togethers.

What I wish was different

It was a great experience!

Advice

With internships, always try as much as possible to learn as many things as you can.
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