The Portfolio that Sells

I’m looking ahead at the coming school year with a new perspective. This one will be my last ever, unless I decide to pursue a graduate degree, which isn’t something I’m currently planning on doing. Every senior has to devote time towards a résumé, but some face the...

As time ticks down…

I feel as though this summer has flown by, considering it still feels like June, and it’s actually almost August. Thinking about starting school again and entering my junior year is exciting, but it’s also sad to say that the summer is almost over, as well...

Final Thoughts

I can’t begin to explain how I feel about this experience. What an amazing opportunity I was given and I can’t be thankful enough for it. I’ve learned a lot during my time here and I feel that my career choice is cemented and I can see myself...

Where Did the Sign Go?

Upcoming here at the eCenter is “Innovation Way”, a publication to update you on the progress at the eCenter from 2013-2014.  The cover is a direct reference to the road that the eCenter is nestled on.  The idea is to crop a photograph of the sign outside...

I like to talk

Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve always had a motor mouth.  My parents would have to tell me to take a breath and family and friends would look at me like a crazy person because I always had something to say.  Well, growing up, things haven’t changed...

Interviewing is an Art Form

The tasks that kept me the most occupied this week were the interviews I was assigned to do. To me, the art of an interview is so much more than simply asking questions; It’s more about having a conversation with somebody while learning about their experiences....

Workplace Etiquette

The eCenter’s work environment is very modern and free-spirited. The interns dress in business casual, but many affiliates wear jeans and t-shirts, and even basketball shorts and tank tops. We have space to move around and work where our creativity is stimulated; we...