Learning the Value of Social Media

Photo Credit As a 38 year old, I’d like to think that I’m technically savvy. I have accounts on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Snapchat. I routinely search for information using search engines, and can navigate an online website at the blink of an eye. However, I’m a novice when it comes to marketing myself…

Back in the States 

Five days ago I was in London. Now that I’m back in the states… and have been for almost a week, I have an entire new perspective on the rest of my graduate career and afterwards. I know now that working with an international company has many advantages. The immediate perks that come to mind…

End of Golin

It’s hard to narrow down one thing I’ve done for this SEAM experience that captures my entire experience. My experience with healthcare, sad to say, but I got a good glimpse of what they do in comparison to where I spent most of my time in the consumer department. One thing I worked on for…

Teaching English in Seongdong-gu

Although this was completely unexpected, we were able to teach english in Seongdong-gu twice! I’ve always thought that maybe, just maybe, if I totally want to change the course of my life I would move to another country and teach english. Unfortunately, I can’t see myself being so far away from my family for years…

The Truth: “Comfort Women” of WWII

  Wangshimni Station, along with many other regions, has rightfully paid tribute to Korean women in consideration of a dark time in Korean history. This young girl statue sits as representation of the women forced to participate as sex salves during the time when Japan controlled Korea.   When Japan occupied Korea, they forced young girls…

The projects never end!

During my time at Golin, I’ve noticed that I am given up to 6 projects a day. Some may be small, some may be larger, but even as an intern obtaining work experience, you are given a massive amount of responsibility. Since my last entry, I’ve noticed that the managers leave a little up to…