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Shifting Focus
Shifting Focus

  This summer flew by. Last week I presented my final project and wrapped up my internship with Univar, and I can not put into words how valuable my time there has been. I am wiser and much more focused on my future goals, and I am so thankful for the opportunities, guidance and help […]

“What did you learn this summer?”
"What did you learn this summer?"

I just have 4 days of my work left at my internship, and before I leave, I am required to give a final presentation, on which I will be assessed for a full-time job offer. Scary. My presentation is Monday, August 5, but I also have to have a final meeting with my supervisor about […]

The Traveling Intern
The Traveling Intern

During the beginning of the week I traveled down to our 26 acre facility in Cincinnati and was lucky enough to observe the company conduct an environmental, health and safety audit first hand. One thing that is extremely important, especially in this industry, is protecting the environment as well as ensuring the health and safety […]

A Week To Remember
A Week To Remember

My first week with Univar can be summed up in three words: overwhelming, exciting and eye-opening. From the first day I walked through the doors of the Strongsville distribution center, I was caught in a whirlwind. From meeting all of the employees and my program mentor, touring the Cleveland facilities, going through new hire training, […]

Learning the ropes…
Learning the ropes...

After hearing some of my peers’ horror stories about internships and being warned to be careful to find one that doesn’t waste my time, I must say that I am beyond pleased with my first three weeks at the Met  Opera Guild. (Wait…Has it really been three weeks?) And let me tell you: I have learned […]

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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