The plethora of my college experience was in marketing and communications. Just a few years ago, I was in love with strategizing and developing campaigns to drive markets, meet consumer demand and ultimately, make more sales and impact the economy.Now, I despise it.Our world has become one of extraordinary misinformation. Superficial needs raise above those … Continue reading Marketing is a first-world issue. Let’s change that.
After the short day of wandering London in a "lost" state, I joined 15 other travelers from around the world to go by train to Paris, France. We arrived late that evening to Paris and made our way on a 15-minute jaunt to our hostel. I had never stayed in a hostel before, let alone … Continue reading Picnics in Paris
Culture is a component increasingly important as I continue the career search. However, the past two days at the CropLife America annual meeting reminded me there is more than just culture of a company.It was humbling to be surrounded by individuals involved with organizations devoted to improving modern agriculture practices. As the only student representative … Continue reading The culture of agriculture
On Sunday, my fellow Milwaukee interns and I ventured out to gain a deeper understanding of our culture at German Fest. This was a remarkable experience and by far the best festival I have attended this summer! As you can see from the images below, there was quite a bit going on and it was … Continue reading Understand your past to shape your future
Week two is in the books! Work is slowly but surely beginning to pick up as we engage in summer planning and project implementation. One thing I've come to learn is that culture is of great importance in Milwaukee.The people, the sights, the food and beverages and the environment are all factors in the vibrant … Continue reading Culture is everything