Walked into work today to a room that was filled with muslin, dress forms, partially finished garments, lace, and black and white pictures of designers and models. The room smells like Madame Isabelle's expensive cigars combined with the very masculine sent of her secretary's cologne. In the corner there is, no lie, a gold skeleton and in the next room a pair of lovebirds that often ride around on Franck and Isabelle's heads.
Jordan Caley is Global Experiences’ location Coordinator in Paris, France.
Living abroad is one of the most important things I have done to date, as you consider an Internship in Paris there are a few things you should know. Living in Paris taught me an incredible amount about myself, it helped open up the world to me. Spending any amount of time immersed completely into another culture can never be a bad thing. There are a few things I wish I had known before moving to Paris.
The City of Lights is an enchanting, beautiful place filled with endless opportunities for cultural immersion and internships for students and graduates. Paris is bursting with things to do with hundreds of museums, galleries, fine dining, and events, but for someone on a budget all of the attractions in Paris can really add up.The more popular attractions like going to the top the Eiffel Tower or visiting the Louvre are going to cost, but not everything in Paris comes at a premium price. Below are five places to go in Paris that won’t cost you a Euro!
Paris intern Juliann Brown from the Illinois Institute of Art Schaumberg shares her first few days living in the City of Lights!
GE Paris Location Coordinator Carolyn gives us her two cents about her current students, and the opportunities of travel and being a part of the GE family.