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There are certain things in life you know you should do, know you might enjoy if you do them, but are really challenging to embrace. That was my initial attitude about the MLHR internal case competition. Voluntarily give up an entire Friday and most of Saturday to work on a case, in Gerlach Hall?!  Gack! Not really what I had in mind for a good time.
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Two Fridays ago was the first HR Summit held by GHRA (the professional development committee) and I have to say, kudos to them. It was held in the Fawcett Center from noon to four and people from all of Fisher was invited (although it was mostly HR students) as well as HR professionals from around Columbus.
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I have good news to report tonight… A few weeks ago, Cardinal Health offered me a full-time position as a finance manager.   After speaking with my family, friends, and former colleagues, I decided to accept the offer.  I’m happy to have my job search complete and I’m even happier to be returning to a company I know and like.  This past summer, I interned in Cardinal’s Nuclear Pharmacy division and I thoroughly enjoyed my experience.  Over the next few months, I will work to improve my financial skill set and prepare myself for a successful start to my new career.
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After a summer absence from blogging, I’m officially back.   Why the long absence you wonder?  My answer is two parts: first, when the weather is nice I try using my computer an absolute minimum.  Second, my computer had a hardware malfunction and I couldn’t type anything without wanting to slam my computer against a wall.  For a few months I thought I had set my default settings to the “sticky key” format but after several long phone calls with Dell, it turned out my computer keyboard was shot and my DVD reader was also broken.  Fortunately I was abl
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I’m back… sorry for the long absence. A lot has been going on recently and unfortunately blogging had to take a backseat while I prepared for final presentations, exams and the start of my internship.  The good news is that I successfully made it through my first year of the MBA program and have an awesome internship lined up for the summer.