My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Creative Migration, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, USA
I was supposed to be an intern at Bangkok 1899, Creative Migration's flagship cultural and civic hub, over the summer break. But due to COVID-19, I ended up having to do a remote internship instead, which proved to be very fulfilling and engaging! As a remote intern working in Singapore, I was given many opportunities to engage with their community events in Bangkok such as organising social media content and correspondence between different parties. Furthermore, I was responsible for data migration and website design for a few of their affiliated websites, something that I was both unfamiliar and inexperienced in. However, this opportunity made me uncomfortable in the best way possible: by allowing me to explore different skills in a safe space, I was able to make mistakes, learn and grow during the internship. Working with a team that was inclusive, patient and supportive was incredibly rewarding! As such, I felt that my internship definitely did not disappoint despite it being remote!