As I mentioned in an earlier post, I absolutely loved my three years of undergraduate course work here at The Ohio State University. I was very much in the work hard, play hard mindset and think this really paid off for me. I tried to take advantage of all of the wonderful opportunities made available to me, both academically and otherwise. However, I don't think I fully appreciated my time on campus until this past summer, when I had an internship with PwC (this was, for example, one of the great opportunities OSU made available to me).
Last year I had a long list of resolutions for 2009, thirteen to be exact: 1. Earn straight A's in Winter 2009, Spring 2009 and Autumn 2009 quarters 2. Get a summer internship in human capital consulting 3. Have a consulting job offer in hand by the end of the year 4. Take 1st place in a national case competition 5. Become president of at least one Fisher College student organization 6. Create from scratch five new things to make the Fisher College a better place (new programs, classes, events, workshops, organizations, ideas, etc...)