For example, if you are taking Spanish in school, it is best to go to Mexico or Central America or the country of America rather than Spain, which is often full of Americans. Moreover, in cities such as Barcelona, the language of choice is Catalan rather than Spanish. The summer after eleventh grade is a good time to try to find an internship or other job experience in one of his fields of interest. If you are interested in a career in sports, say, this is an excellent summer to work for an agency or a sports channel sports like ESPN. To view the sports world from a different angle, you might even want to try working in a law firm that has a history of representing athletes. Not only will you gain valuable experience that would give students an advantage over even the half university, you may find a new translation of his passion for sports.
Remember, nepotism is not viewed favorably, so make sure your work experience is in line with their interests and not with the careers of their parents. After all, you’re not just spend the summer in Dad’s office, which should be made clear to schools. Similarly, if you are holding a job or internship, the ideal time to do this is for about eight weeks. Given that the typical summer is twelve weeks, you still have several weeks to relax and, of course, work on college applications. IvyWise students in the past have internship in the office of Senator Hillary Clinton, held the original cancer research at hospitals together with teachers, reported local leading newspapers and, and interned in a variety of companies ranging from businesses to Goldman Sachs.