Despite having faced a decent number of them, I still view transitions as a challenge. Fortunately, though, I am generally up for the task of adapting. Because I will be graduating this spring from American University when I complete my internship with Bravo Group, I have been contemplating the next significant transition to come. Upon… Read More Transitions and Adaptations: Discovering What Works
During the years as an undergraduate student, graduation seems like a far off, exciting, yet semi-haunting reward. Actually, make that far far off and extremely haunting… But once senior year arrives, it seems like it’s right around the corner. The hustle and bustle to accomplish everything you had originally set out to achieve begins. You… Read More The Anticipation of Graduation
Dear Undergrads, Trust me when I say your college years are going to fly by. I am very fortunate to be graduating early, but I can’t help but envy those that have time left. Although I am tired of spending endless hours working on group projects and pulling all-nighters to study for exams, I can… Read More Experience Everything You Can: A Letter to Undergrads
Since I’ve started at Bravo, everyone has asked me, “Have you met Lauren?” At the time, I hadn’t because of our schedules, but I was curious to meet this bubbly woman everyone spoke of. I met her and boy does she fit all the awesome things everyone has said. Lauren is this energetic and charismatic employee at Bravo who… Read More Bravo Spotlight: Meet Lauren
*Cues graduation procession music*, your degree is in your hand; you cross your tassel over your head signifying you’ve “made” it. You finish out the day with tons of hugs and congratulatory praises from your parents and family about your new major accomplish. You wake up the next morning, then what? You’re always told that getting a… Read More I graduated, now what?