Job: Campus Rep at Uber, Publicity Assistant at Online Gravity, and Summer Intern at bSmart Guide
Fun fact: In my free time, I enjoy doing aerial yoga, going on food adventures, watching comedies, and drinking espressos.
Hobbies: Blogging, Learning New Languages, Photography
Favorite part of my job: “My favorite part of these positions is the support I have received from other members of the team. Through these positions, I have developed a large network of mentors and peers who I know I can count on for support, including advice, friendship, potential introductions to similar opportunities in the future, and possible collaborators on new initiatives and projects. For other students who are looking for jobs - I think keeping an open mind is essential. In some situations, college students may be 100% sure of exactly what they want to do, but more often than not, college students are still in the process of deciding, and that is much of what college is about: figuring out your personal and professional path. Consequently, it is so important to be open to a wide range of opportunities and to be willing and eager to experience things for yourself, rather than simply relying on what others are saying and/or how the media portrays various t fields. I have gained so much from the different opportunities I have been fortunate enough to pursue, and while I have of course not absolutely loved every single one of these opportunities, I am still ultimately grateful that I engaged in them because, as a result, I have gone farther on my path of developing skills and figuring out my own path. Secondly, I would say stamina is very important. The job hunt is a marathon rather than a sprint in that it truly starts long before you submit your first application or have your first interview (and extends after as well); there is an immense amount of preparation that does or at least should come first, but this preparation is spread out over years, so it is important to not overload in the beginning or at any particular point so as not to burn out. I would suggest pursuing a few opportunities at a time and not too many but consistently pursuing various opportunities and constantly learning along the way, rather than just in short spurts.”