Navigating the unknown

              In my prior post, I spoke about the cultural differences between the U.S. and India that I had to navigate during my time abroad. Like I also mentioned in my last post, another barrier that I encountered at my work site was the dearth of people who spoke […]

Cultural differences

              A stark reality during my time on my internship in India was the distinct contrast between the cultural mores that define that country, and mores that we hold onto here in America. I won’t delve too deeply into the language barrier; that difference was an obvious one that […]

No task too small

In my last post, I talked about the first part of my internship, which required more observation on my part, rather than being fully hands on. The second part of my internship called for something a little more hands on. For this part, I worked on a makeover show called “Be Blunt.” The premise of […]

Observe and Report

              Post number two, for those keeping track at home. In this post, I’m going to delve into the notion of being an observer on the job, rather than being fully hands on during the day-to-day operations. I should note that simply observing was probably the most worthwhile part […]

A little late to the game…

Okay, so, I have a confession to make: this post (and my series of posts about my internship) are a little overdue. Unlike my other colleagues in Sequence 64, my internship experience ended almost two months ago: June 20th to exact. Moreover, I did my internship far beyond the confines of the United States. I […]