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My Buckeye Network
My Buckeye Network

My whole life I’ve been a huge Buckeyes fan and was beyond excited to be accepted into graduate school at Ohio State because that meant I would be an actual part of the buckeye family! Really, I just couldn’t wait to experience the athletics here and all the great sports teams Ohio State has. But […]

So many Interns!
So many Interns!

The past two days, Exel has put together a program for all of their interns, including interns not working in the Exel Americas headquarters in Westerville. I got to meet interns from the operation side that work in Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. Overall, I think that it was a very well run and insightful program. […]

Building a Network While Roaming
Building a Network While Roaming

This past weekend I competed in a scrimmage through GCRA (Greater Columbus Rowing Association) along with one of my teammates from Ohio State. The majority of the members of GCRA are people that are out of college with full time jobs, some further along in their career than others. Anyway, during some downtime at the […]

The OC Chronicles: Orientation Part I
The OC Chronicles: Orientation Part I

*OC = Owens Corning…not to be confused with The OC as in Orange County, Cali or that once-popular tv show following over privileged teens living in said city. This first week has been so crazy, I’m still not entirely sure what just happened. The best way to start, I guess, is at the beginning (deep, […]

Is there such a thing as typical?

To follow a timeline because I know all the bloggers this summer have been blogging like crazy so posts are a little delayed – I have 1 week left of my internship. With 3 weeks to go I felt I was at crunch time, now with 5 days to go I have a presentation to […]

Could life be any better?
Could life be any better?

Four day weeks: Very much so appreciated when you’re working full time!  We had a 4 day week last week because of the 4th of July and this week we have another one (sort of) because Nestle is holding an “Offsite Logistics Event” this Friday at Universal Studios.  I don’t know that much about the […]

Interns are treated like royalty

This past week, the interns at Cardinal had the luxury of being treated to an Intern Welcome Dinner now that all of the interns had officially started working. The dinner was sponsored by the CEO, George Barrett, which is a pretty big deal considering many full time employees have never even seen the man! All […]

Officially a Nerd: Part II
Officially a Nerd: Part II

“My Doodle Jump high score is 78,050! Beat that!” Yep, that’s an e-mail I received shortly after the conclusion of Time Inc.’s Reverse Mentoring program, which has been one of the highlights of my summer.  While my mentee wishes to remain anonymous, I can reveal that she is an amazing executive at the company who […]

Training, networking, and life in NYC.

I’ve managed to complete the first two weeks of my internship, and so far I have nothing but good things to say about Deloitte and NYC.  The first week was basically an introduction to the culture of Deloitte.  As far as I can tell everyone seems to be very helpful.  So far they have stressed […]

Ten Week Interview
Ten Week Interview

Well, I survived Week One, and what a week it was! After navigating the subway, finding the Time and Life Building, and making up to HR, I sat down for orientation. In orientation, I heard a phrase that I have continued to hear throughout my first week, and one that will certainly be on my […]

25 minutes before my 25 minutes

25 minutes to sell yourself 25 minutes to impress 25 minutes to summarize a busy summer 25 minutes to describe your projects 25 minutes to be honest 25 minutes to be objective 25 minutes to get real 25 minutes to thank and represent all the people that mentor you 25 minutes to prove that you […]

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 […]

Exciting First Week & A New Internship

Hello again guys, Well I am back from the beach in Panama City and have been thrown to the wolves here at Ernst & Young in NYC. Well actually that’s not true, everyone in the office has been great so far. On Monday, my first day, I got to meet all of the audit and […]

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