On Auguest 28th, 12 members of CBPA (Chinese Business Professional Association) attend the 2nd Annual Asia MBA conference at the Jacob Convention Center in New York City.
I was truly excited for this event and looked forward to be connected with the employers who are interested in Asia students with top MBA degree. For international students, the advantages we have are definitely the language ability and multicultural background. This conference will certainly bring us to a comfortable environment where companies are interested in students with those skills and are H1b friendly : )
I would like to give our sincere thanks to the Office of Minority Student Services and the Office of Career Management Office. They put so much effort in the whole process, from budget planning and implementing funding to hotel and flight negotiation and reservation. Without their support it will be very difficult for us to go to the conference. We certainly had a wonderful experience in the career expo and got so much information of prospective employers as well as career development.
Before taking flight back to Columbus we had some free time on Sunday enjoying the New York City. I chose to go to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is one of the world’s largest and finest art museums. Its collections include more than two million works of art spanning five thousand years of world culture, from prehistory to the present and from every part of the globe. Unfortunately I didn’t have enough time to explore all features in the Museum, but the Art of Ancient Egypt the Art of Ancient Greece already gave me a wonderful art tour : )