Monthly Archives: May 2015

Words of Wisdom

During our bi-weekly division meetings, one team member is chosen to ask a question to the team at the next meeting (hot potato style). A few weeks ago, it was my turn. I struggled to come up with a question—what … Continue reading

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The Road Less Traveled

For the past 16 or so years, I have always looked forward to summer. I had a countdown on my phone and started making plans as soon as spring hit. Not only did it mean my birthday was around the … Continue reading

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Do it yourself.

As an intern, you’re going to get projects that you feel aren’t worth your while. You are doing tasks that may seem boring and repetitive. These jobs are responsibilities your co-workers do not want to do. Nonetheless, these jobs still … Continue reading

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A Place of Yes

As an intern, I have always tried to come from “A place of yes”. Yes I can stay late, yes I can get you a 300-word blog post by the end of the day, Yes I can take on some … Continue reading

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Be Bold

As we are all aware, graduation is a short 23 days away and life in the comfort zone of school is quickly vanishing. Right now, with literally the whole world in front of us we have numerous options– but which … Continue reading

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It is truly all about who you know

With graduation quickly approaching, I have been applying for jobs like crazy. Let me tell you, it is exhausting. Constantly adjusting my resume to fit each job description and writing cover letter after cover letter to show that I would … Continue reading

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Now What…

I’m a planner. Ever since I can remember, the next step of my life has been planned out — I’ve always known where I wanted to go. After high school, I knew I wanted to go to college. I knew … Continue reading

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