I've lived in Baltimore since 2014. Long enough to know the city, but not long enough to experience it like a local. Luckily this summer I got to spend an internship with Baltimore native, Under Armour, who gave their Summer League Interns a crash course in Maryland culture.
UA has been in this city since it's inception, and you can tell they care passionately about this place. They approach everything they do with an enthusiasm and drive only few companies of their size can manage. It's one reason I was drawn to the company in the first place, and I count myself very lucky to follow right behind the leader of the pack when it comes to the city of Baltimore.
I'm lucky to live here, and lucky to have met so many people from the area this summer. UA is exceptionally good at brining people together. They promote a healthy work/life balance, and during the summer I feel like everyone deserves a bit more of the life side.
During my internship I also designed and was given great prompts; I did actual work that will impact the company, but that is another story. After finishing the first day of my last day of school, I just started to think how happy I am to be here, and how happy I am to be here at least one more year.