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8 Signs You Might Be the CPH VBS Intern

How to Know You’re the CPH VBS Intern . . .

Coming into my CPH 2016 internship in the VBS department, I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect. I knew roughly what jobs I would be working on and who my manager was going to be, but that was about it. Over the course of my nine-week internship, I picked up a few cues that I hope will help future interns recognize the eight signs that they are officially the CPH VBS intern.

8 Signs You’re the CPH VBS Intern

  1. You know you’re the VBS intern when . . . you wear a T-shirt and jeans to work for two weeks straight.
  2. You know you’re the VBS intern when . . . you’ve ridden on every single elevator in the building.
  3. You know you’re the VBS intern when . . . Heather mistakes you for one of the photo-shoot kids.
  4. You know you’re the VBS intern when . . . Kim says, “Bring your VBS shirt, just in case.”
  5. You know you’re the VBS intern when . . . you can hear Pam singing from her cube.
  6. You know you’re the VBS intern when . . . all the eight-year-old girls at the VBS photo shoot fight over who gets to play with your hair next.
  7. You know you’re the VBS intern when . . . Kim dresses you up in pantaloons and a velvet jacket just because she can.
  8. You know you’re the VBS intern when . . . you have way too much fun at work.

If you ever find yourself doing one of these eight things, there’s a pretty good chance that, yes, you are indeed the VBS intern.


AbCPH VBS Internout Caitlin

Caitlin Copeland lives in the good ol' state of Texas and is going into her junior year at Concordia University Texas. She's a Secondary Education English major who has a particular obsession with war literature. She thinks she looks nothing like her identical twin sister and is convinced every sentence sounds better when it starts "y'all." 

You can find out more about Caitlin and the other CPH interns in our Meet the Interns post.

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