Student Organizations, Professional Development, Career Stuff, Full Time MBA, Working Professional MBA
Last week I had the opportunity to attend not one, but two Operations related Career Conference events and they were awesome! First, there was the Annual "Links Symposium" sponsored by the Operations and Logistics Management Association, and I volunteered to help organize this event, being a member of OLMA myself.
There was a saying that we used in the Marine Corps: "It is easier to keep up than catch up."
Hello my fellow Buckeyes (and prospective ones too)! It is an exciting time for us 1st year MLHR students. Over the summer, I was anxiously awaiting what this new chapter of my life would bring. And I have to admit – I was nervous! On the first day of orientation, I had no idea what to expect and had the butterflies fluttering around in my stomach. As my first blog, I felt it was fitting to give you all a little insight on what I loved most about MLHR orientation and how I got those butterflies away. So, here goes nothing! Opportunity
Ever notice yourself having a train of thought due to a recurring theme manifesting itself in your life events? No? Well then maybe you should pay closer attention. Last we spoke, I just arrived in Peru and promised to provide you an update with pictures. I'm not one to disappoint . . . I just didn't realize there would be such an enormous lapse between posts. Well, as they say: "Time flies when you're having fun." Personally, I prefer: "Life happens when you're making other plans."