Staying the Same in a New Place

During the spring of 2018, I had the opportunity to study for a semester at Vilnius University in Lithuania. I was excited to actually live in snow for the first time in my life. I was nervous about not knowing the local language. I was hopeful that it would increase my knowledge of my area …

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Narrowing the Career Path

During the spring of 2017, I worked as an intern in the archives of the DeKalb History Center (DHC). At that point, I had only been a declared History major for a semester. I adore history, but I wasn’t sure where I wanted to go with the major, assuming I wanted to follow a history-related …

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Blazing a Trail–Or Getting Very Lost

My first semester at Agnes Scott was spent feeling…not scared, not confused. Perhaps lost? Unaware? At the very least, I felt out of my league. I remember students talking about how their mothers or grandmothers had attended Agnes Scott. Others told me about amazing internships they’d completed in high school or service trips throughout Africa …

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Reflecting on B2B: Industry Knowledge in International Business, Marketing Basics, and Digital Marketing

Lately, I spend much of my time strategizing about what the next five years will hold for me in terms of professional success. The Women’s Bridge to Business Program has coincided with the beginning of my own professional career as … Continued

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Summit Leadership

My final meaningful experience at Agnes Scott College was being an orientation leader. My experience as a freshman was nothing less than amazing. After enjoying every event that was planned for me as a freshman I decided I wanted to make a difference f...