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Irish Business Environment vs.the States

Ok. I’ve been typing and deleting my openning for half an hour already. So I decide to stop wasting time and just jump into my topic: the difference between irish business environment and the States. 1. Irish Business tends to be smaller. People might argue with me becasue there are also plenty of small businesses […]

Cannot believe my first week is done(scream…..lol)
Cannot believe my first week is done(scream.....lol)

Hey guys, I’m back to blog. I’ve been in Dublin, Ireland for two weeks already. Because of the design of the EUSA academic internship program, our first week is basically to have a brief interview with my supervisor and get familiar with the city of Dublin and its transportation system. I also did some sightseeing, which […]

Patrick Lillie: Off to Ireland
Patrick Lillie: Off to Ireland

Hello everyone!  As the school year winds down, I hope everyone stays focused and does well on finals.  My name is Patrick Lillie and I can speak for everyone when I say this recent great weather has made it difficult to stay inside and study!  On top of the weather, there is one other regard that is engrossing me […]

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 […]

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 […]

First Week at Basketball Ireland
First Week at Basketball Ireland

My first week at BI was an experience like that of anyone’s first week at a new job.  I took a lot of time to learn where things were in the office and got to know the staff.  I found out that two of my co-workers have played professional basketball in Europe.  I was very […]

Settling In and Learning About Dublin
Settling In and Learning About Dublin

Well, it has been an exciting first week here in Dublin!  We were given the chance to settle into our apartments and explore the city before our internships start.  Our apartment complex is 3 miles Northeast of Dublin, and it is equipped with most amenities needed for our 2 month stay.  Each apartment has 4 […]

Destination: Dublin
Destination: Dublin

Hi Everyone! My name is Aimee Agliam, and I’m a fourth year student from the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio.  I attended Walsh Jesuit High School, near Akron, Ohio.  Although many people wouldn’t go to such a huge school, I chose to go to Ohio State because of its size.  With a large school comes a […]

Marshal Getz in Jolly old England: Part V(b)

Note to Marshal’s Faithful Readers:  Marshal’s editor has taken his most recent post, Marshal Getz in Jolly old Enlgand: Part V, and divided it into six shorter posts that will be released as Part V(a) through Part V (f). This is the second installment. With my girls at Fabric (from left: Alexandra, Lian, and Kelly) Though only 20 […]

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

Good Afternoon everyone!  I know that it has been almost two weeks since my last blog, and I must apologize for that.  I will make it up to my readers by having a fairly long blog today. After my last final, I went back to Orrville and relaxed, spent time with family and friends, and […]

Marshal Getz in Jolly old England
Marshal Getz in Jolly old England

Hello everybody! I am currently a junior at Ohio State dual majoring in B.S. Business Administration: Finance and International Business, and B.A. Economics.  I was majoring in chemistry for two years before figuring out that it was too depressing of a major, so I switched to business and so far, I love it!  But enough with […]

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