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Worried that your coffee runs and demotion to the status of an indentured servant are for nothing? Fret not, as these famous designers, actors, and sports stars prove you are in good company, and if everything works out, you, too, can become as successful and world-renowned as them.
Frank Lloyd Wright- One of the most recognizable names in architecture, FLW did not manage to graduate from University of Wisconsin, but he did find time to intern for the Representative Robert Stephens, Jr..
Spike Lee- This NYU grad schlepped around for Columbia Pictures, learning the ins-and-outs of the entertainment business.
Bill Gates- During his tenure at Harvard, he also worked as a Congressional Page one summer.
Bee Shaffer- Ah, nepotism at its finest. Columbia student and daughter of Anna Wintour, Shaffer interned at...where else? VOGUE. Like an extended take-your-daughter-to-work day for the collegiate set.
Betsey Johnson- After graduating from Syracuse in 1964, this eclectic designer interned at Mademoiselle Magazine, picking up extra fabric from the mag's fabric library and stitching together frothy garments that she would then sell in the building's ladies room. Wonder if those pieces are available on e-bay?
Jodie Foster- Already famous, and majoring in English at Yale, she interned at Esquire in the summer of 1982. Apparently, journalism did not really work out for her.
Brian Williams- Opting for an internship with the administration of President Carter over classes at George Washington University, Williams demonstrated a superior sense of judgement and journalistic prowess.
Steven Spielberg- Endless hours in the editing room at Universal Pictures proved to benefit this famous director.
Dick Cheney- Everyone's favorite VP served as an underling on Senator Ted Kennedy's staff.
Roger Goodell- Proof that securing an internship at a prestigious company can benefit in a permanent hire, this NFL commissioner eventually worked his way up after starting as an intern in 1982.
John Krasinski- Jim, from "The Office," cultivated his craft and comedic presence as intern for "Late Night with Conan O'Brien."
Madeleine Albright- Mixing work with pleasure, Albright met her future husband during her internship with The Denver Post.
Brooke Shields- Somehow this Princeton grad secured an internship with the San Diego Zoo from her NJ high school.
Patrick Ewing- While studying at Georgetown, Ewing aided the Senate Finance Committee in the summer of 1983.
Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen- After their first year at NYU, Ashley apprenticed Zac Posen, preparing for the release of their two luxury fashion lines, The Row and Elizabeth & James. MK took a slightly, but no less artistic direction, with an internship with renowned photographer, Annie Leibovitz.
Sofia Coppola- When she was just 16, Coppola interned at Chanel, later using what she had learned at the fashion house to start and design her own line, Milk Fed.
...and, of course, no list would be complete without the addition of the world's most famous interns...
Monica Lewinsky- White House intern in July 1995, paid position in November.
Lauren Conrad and Whitney Port- Fashion interns at Teen Vogue do not really fly off to Paris with the editors, just so you know. Not unless you have your own camera crew, that is. But, hey, a girl can dream.