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« Living the Life of My Dreams in the United States » : How to Succeed on the American Job Market

American dream
Frisco or Big Apple? On one hand, the Bay Area, a job market based on Tech and dynamic Start Ups with its new-age way of life: yoga, fitness and personal development classes. On the other: Manhattan, its skyscrapers and the Big Apple energy irrigating all its inhabitants… a difficult choice!

The Sciences Po Career Services strive to help you see more clearly, first by giving you the essentials to get an internship on the west coast, then by presenting students’ testimonies, such as Oualid Bachiri’s rich journey and Johnny Chin’s entrepreneurial successes and failures. Lisa Bardet tells us about her Californian experience and gives advice on how to benefit from it to the maximum. Lastly, discover Alix Defrain-Meunier’s immersion in New York, at the heart of diplomatic relations.  

1- Define Your Project 

2- Identify opportunities 

 San Francisco or NYC : do your choise ! 
Other Testimonies on Internship Experiences in the United States


Last modified 2017-05-11
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