Having just finished the fall semester, that means I have only one semester left in the MHRM program! AKA my full-time job search is in full swing.
It's hard to believe that our first semester of the MAcc program is over and we're now starting a new one. It seems like we were all going to our first classes only a few weeks ago. Now that I've survived that LOOONG drive back home to Wisconsin - and then back to Columbus ... here are some of my reflections on my first semester in the MAcc program. Hopefully they can be useful to some of you readers out there.
I may not look like it, but I was born in Moscow, Russia. Celebrating Christmas was one of my family's favorite traditions back then. When we moved back to Vietnam, the atmosphere just wasn't the same without the snow and the cold (very odd reasons), so we just stopped enjoying the occasion altogether.
What a semester! As I spend time at home over the holiday season, I've gotten a chance to really reflect on my time at Ohio State in the MAcc program and all that I'm thankful for. While I've been home for break, I've gotten to spend more time with my family, which has been really nice for me after a semester of living in a single apartment.
As the semester at Ohio State comes to a close, I had to give final presentations in many of my classes, discussing and explaining research that many of my teams had compiled over the course of the semester. However, I definitely had my most unique experience in my Business of College Sports class, in which I had to dress up as Jim Harbaugh for a recruiting pitch.