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Old 02-15-2013, 10:27 AM
 
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I go to John Jay college in NYC, and they offer a lot of good internships in NYC public agencies, but a lot of of these agencies require city residency if you're employed with them. Since one of the purposes of internships is to actually get hired by the same place when you graduate, it wouldn't work for me cuz I don't wanna move to NYC. Should I still apply to get good exp or should I try applying to NJ agencies instead? The thing is it would be much harder to land an internship in NJ by myself without the school, since everyone can apply, and there will be a lot of competition, but the school internships are only open to students like you can't just go and apply off the street.
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