This year, in the spirit of involvement, I decided to join the Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) student council.
One of the main reasons I decided to pursue the full-time MBA at Fisher was because of the many experiential learning opportunities offered, especially the GAP international consulting experience. However, little did I know that other opportunities would present themselves even within our first semester here!
I love to be involved. By the end of my undergraduate career at Cornell University, I was an active member of five different student organizations. So, when choosing an MBA program, I had to be sure that there were ample opportunities for involvement. When I arrived at Fisher, I quickly realized that there are more student organizations than I could ever hope to join... and that's a good thing!
Just a few weeks ago, we had our first SMF class dinner. The SMF Council, one of the student organizations available to SMF students, organized a dinner for our whole class at a local restaurant, Hong Kong House. The Council chose this location because there are many Chinese students in the program and Hong Kong House serves authentic Chinese food (apparently orange chicken from Panda Express doesn’t count).
College, especially time in a graduate program, can be a lot of work and consume substantial time out of your day. However, it's important to keep on enjoying your life and do things that make you happy. Below, I have listed a few things that help keep me sane: