Prepare ahead of time. Get organized, make all your travel and moving arrangements, clarify details with your employer, get maps and directions, get housing and rental guides, ask questions.
Use all available resources. Get information from the company's human resources department, the local Chamber of Commerce, the Co-op and Career Services Office, and the Internet.
Research the area. Get information on the population, cost of living, housing, local attractions, leisure activities (restaurants, sporting events, cultural opportunities, etc).
Washington DC Intern Student Housing:
WISH enjoys providing historic Capitol Hill housing for hundreds
of interns each semester
Homebuyer's Fair: Provides a Salary
Calculator to gauge appropriate salaries in different cities.
The Moving Calculator will help you estimate shipping costs.
The Relocation Universe: Site of the
Employee Relocation Council. Find information on relocation,
human resource issues such as transfer activity and costs,
home sale and purchase, relocation policy development and
dual career and family concerns.
Relocation Propery Services: A great full-service nationwide relocation network.
RentNet: An online database of apartment rentals in the U.S., Canada, and other countries.
Boston Housing: Suffolk University,
located in the heart of downtown Boston, is pleased to again
offer summer housing to students traveling to Boston for internship
and co-op opportunities. Internship guests must submit supporting
documentation from their home institution or from their internship
provider to show eligibility. For an application or more info,
complete the following online form and it will be emailed/mailed
USA Citylink: Identify cities on the
Internet and get information on travel, tourism and relocation.
Monster.com: Find a place, Mortgage
and Finance, Moving and Planning.