When I arrived in Paris for my first real-life internship, I knew I’d make the most of it.
For years I’ve been a bit of a housewife and I wanted to make something of my own.
That’s why I signed up for a real estate internship in Paris, which I found fascinating and exciting.
In addition to my internship, which is a five-month contract that allows you to be a housekeeper, gardener, and cleaner, I’ll also be attending a masters program in real estate management and planning at the Sorbonne.
It’s an interesting and challenging project that has me eager to find out more about the world of real estate and planning.
In this article, I’m going to take a closer look at how this internship works and why it might be the best option for someone like me. 1.
The Contract & Salary It’s the contract and salary that really matters.
You’ll work for free and for the first five months of your internship.
You don’t even have to pay anything.
However, if you’re a first-year student, you’ll be required to pay €2,500 per month in tuition fees and €2.5,000 per month for the rest of your education.
For my internship I’ll be working in a two-bedroom apartment in a Parisian suburb, but the internship also allows me to travel to Paris for the duration of the internship.
That makes it possible to work from home and take the bus to work during my off-hours.
I’ll work from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and if you need to work, I can take you there.
For some people, this is more than enough time to complete their courses, and I’m a big fan of that.
In other words, the internship is a good way to start learning and improving in the field.
The Location The Parisian apartment I’ll live in is actually a two bedroom apartment.
I like to live in an apartment with plenty of room, but for me, that means living in a room with a balcony.
As a housemaid, I often need to clean my own apartment.
My apartment has a large balcony and a large, windowless bathroom, which also gives me more room to enjoy the city.
How Much Do You Need?
It’s not too hard to get a good job at the real estate firm.
It might be a bit difficult to get an internship that pays as much as the Sorbons’ full-time salary of €4,000 a month.
However a real-world internship will allow you to start your career at a lower salary, which will allow your salary to be less expensive, which can be especially helpful if you have children.
At the Sorbons, for example, the internships are paid for with your own money and you’ll work as an independent contractor for a year.
For me, it will also be easier to make ends meet while working in the apartment than working in an office.
In the end, I hope that I’ll find a job that I’m happy with, but that I also have the time and patience to take on projects that require a lot of time.
That might sound like a lot, but I don’t want to be stuck in an empty apartment for the entirety of my internship.
I want to learn more and grow as a person, so I’m hoping that my experience will help other real estate interners.
How Long Will It Last?
The internship lasts for five months, and you have the option to take part in a longer internship at a different real estate company, or if you decide to stick with your current employer, you can apply for a permanent position.
You can also sign up for an internship at one of the larger real estate companies in Paris.
In my case, the Sorbs will be recruiting housekeepers, but you can also apply for an internship at the nearby CNR group.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Twitter (@katherinebrennan) or through the contact form on my website.