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My Fisher Internship
Most Important Thing I Learned
After the Dust Clears

It has been almost three weeks since my boss resigned, and the dust is finally starting to settle. With no immediate plans to hire a new category manager, it looks like the new status quo is starting to solidify. Although reporting to two different people, one of which is on another continent, can be difficult […]

Show me how you “Shake and Bake”
Show me how you "Shake and Bake"

So I know the phrase “Shake and Bake”was made famous from the movie Talladega Nights, but we also use the saying here at Abercrombie to describe  the process of being able to react, re-evaluate, and develop a plan in order to achieve the best quality product for the brand.  During my time at A&F I am already […]

Hello Full-Time…bye bye boss?
Hello Full-Time...bye bye boss?

As I began to transfer back into a full-time roll here at Mettler, I anticipated doing much of what I did last summer – designing and running reports, conducting RFPs (a bidding process for suppliers who want our business) and helping resolve travel issues for our multitude of globe-trotting employees. Boy was I in for […]

A Summer in Mark Twain Nation
A Summer in Mark Twain Nation

Hey Everybody! As I begin to look back and evaluate my summer in Hannibal, a lot of emotions come to mind.  This summer has been one of extreme growth for me career wise and personally.  It has had its ups and downs, but I am confident in saying I have come out of it dressed […]

People of the Subway… aka New York’s Finest
People of the Subway... aka New York's Finest

** In order to take these pictures, I had to stay extremely incognito, stealthy, and inconspicuous. Enjoy ** As summer flies by and people try to fit in as many summer trips and vacations as possible, the car starts to rack up miles and over-priced gas takes its toll on the bank account.  I, on […]

Judgment Day (or so I thought)
Judgment Day (or so I thought)

After I made my decision, I had two important tasks left.  1.) Tell my placement manager, and 2.) Tell my supervisor at Basketball Ireland.  I couldn’t help but feel like a quitter, that I was giving up on my placement.  It really made me worry about how my placement manager and my supervisor were going […]

Everything You Need to Know You Learned in Kindergarten.. (and business management 331)
Everything You Need to Know You Learned in Kindergarten.. (and business management 331)

We all do it, sit in class and wonder when we’re going to use VLOOKUP, or when calculating the re-order point is going to help us roll in the big bucks.  Well, here is your answer, all the time and hopefully very soon, but please be patient because hard work doesn’t warrant instant results, it […]

Every Moral has a Story.
Every Moral has a Story.

Every Story Has A Moral.  Here is my story:  “Welcome to Denver, Colorado – the Mile High City,” ourcheerful flight attendent said as we broke through the turbulance during landing. Finally, the event our team has been planning for over a year, the 20th anniversary of Cardinal Health’s Retail Business Conference, is here – and so […]

Decision Making 101
Decision Making 101

Hi Everyone! Sorry that I haven’t posted much lately, but I had an conflict with my internship that put my posts on a bit of a hiatus.  However, now I’m back and would love to share the lessons that I learned from it. Throughout my first week, I was feeling a little bit of discomfort […]

Holy “Bear Creek”!
Holy "Bear Creek"!

Hey Followers! Yesterday I learned something useful.  If you find yourself driving into work during a thunderstorm and it’s raining cats and dogs, there are a couple rules you should follow: 1)  Always carry an umbrella in your car.  Put this in your back seat, it defeats the purpose if you have to get out […]

Peas and Boats
Peas and Boats

Hello blog buddies! I owe you some pea pictures, and here they are! Here are some fun pea facts: -Once peas are ready, you have 24 hours to harvest them -Since the window to harvest peas is so small, people harvesting peas will spend up to 20 hours in the fields a day! -You drive […]

How to Make the Most of your Internship
How to Make the Most of your Internship

Happy Tuesday Everyone :)             Hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving and I can’t believe how quickly time is flying.  I have been pretty busy lately with several projects I would like to share with everyone.             Since the last time I blogged, I have been doing a lot of traveling to look at stations.  I have been down […]

Marshal Getz in Jolly old England: Part VI
Marshal Getz in Jolly old England: Part VI

                My dear readers, how have you been?  I know that it has been ummm….2 months and 5 days since my prior post…I must sincerely apologize for that.  Looking back at my last post, I am amazed by the speed at which time seems to have flown by.  My last blog talks about the activities […]

Internship Wrap Up

As the summer is coming to an end and Fall classes are right around the corner, I decided to take a few minutes to recap and look back on my Summer internship experience at Cohen & Company. First of all, my favorite part of the entire experience would be all the opportunities I was given […]

How to make it in Hollywood
How to make it in Hollywood

Sadly, my time in Los Angeles has come to an end. After two months, I feel more knowledgeable, independent, and goal oriented than ever before thanks to my work at the New York Film Academy and my internship at Marvel. MEMORIES Officially, my favorite memory working on Thor took place the first week when I […]

The art of being a sponge
The art of being a sponge

Week 7: Monday August 17th-Sunday August 23rd This week was filled with interesting speakers, all of which had incredible stories and advice to offer to my group of students at the New York Film Academy. Actress Trilby Glover emphasized the importance of being self-motivated in a competitive industry; casting director Ronnie Yeskel expressed her fondness […]

Exciting projects at Ernst & Young

Hello finance / accounting fans, It’s been awhile since my last post; things here have certainly kept me busy. Just a quick update before I get started: I’m still loving my time up here, the work is really interesting, the people / other interns are really nice and helpful, and of course there’s always something […]

Putting your feet on the ground….
Putting your feet on the ground....

I finished my first project.  It was exciting to see the final result of a process of adaptation and learning!   You see, I had to create a map that interactively refreshes with Excel data that is imported from queries and databases (trust me THANK YOU CSE200!) in the company’s system. The map retrieves costs […]

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