This was our first visit to Queens University, nestled in a historic tree-filled neighborhood in Charlotte, NC.
The office of Internship & Career Programs is located in a charming building with an real live porch swing!
In 1996, the Internship and Career Development Program began requiring a minimum of six credit hours for all students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Today it boasts 100 percent participation from the university’s student body.
We had a great time and look forward to visiting another time soon!
MIT is a vast and inspiring campus to visit, where the contrast between old and new are visible at every turn.
We stumbled upon the “Silk Pavilion”, created by 6,500 silk worms with the help of a computer-numerically controlled machine:
We also discovered some new-age cars and the incredible Stata Center designed by Frank Gehry:
We love the original buildings though, especially the Great Dome, commonly referred to as “The Center of the Universe” by the MIT community:
As you can see, we had a wonderful time and hope to visit another time soon!