As 2016 comes to an end, we’re all reflecting on the year and looking ahead to our goals or resolutions for 2017. One of my goals for 2017 is to spend more time reading. I typically dedicate my morning commute to reading, but I hope to expand that even further in the coming year. I’ve … More How Full is Your Bucket?
Now well over two years out of college, I am always considering ways in which I can grow and thrive in my professional life. I’ve found that a lot of this growth can be fostered by a commitment to lifelong learning. Taking active steps in the pursuit of knowledge will keep you motivated, curious and … More Becoming a lifelong learner
Network, network, network. There is so much emphasis put on the importance of networking as a college undergraduate. It’s a word thrown around so easily, but is still such an abstract concept for most students. I remember thinking, more often than not, “Why would they want to help me?” “I don’t want to bother them.” “Why … More How To Network in College
As business school students, we are taught time and time again the importance of good internships. The big companies are in the spotlight and the pressure is on to seek out those opportunities. While my summer as an intern was extremely valuable, I do not want to discount the time I spent working on campus and … More Benefits of Working On Campus
After recently completing my undergraduate career, I have done a lot of reflecting upon my overall experience and without a doubt studying abroad was one of the most important things I did in college. Traveling is exciting and studying abroad is often described as “awesome!” “such a blast!” but it is so much more than … More Lessons Learned: Studying Abroad