My last years at the University of Arizona were some of the best years of my life. I eventually graduated Cum Laude from the University of Arizona in May of 2015 and I applied for the Legislative internship at the Arizona House of Representatives. I was selected and was a research intern at the House on the Banking and Financial Services, and Insurance Committees for the 2016 legislative session. In September of 2016 I was offered a position to return to the House as an Assistant Research Analyst. The research, critical thinking, and writing skills that a History degree provided me with were the reason that I was chosen for the internship. I have been very fortunate that it has blossomed into a career. Research, critical thinking, and writing skills are highly valued and a History degree will provide all three. I highly recommend a history degree to anyone who has a passion for it. You never know where it may take you.