Wow! I cannot believe how quickly the time flew by! The year wrapped up quickly. I cannot believe it.
To give you an idea of some of the end of the year activities, I will give a brief summary.
- We had a wrap-up party and knowledge transfer with the new Peer Counselors for the Office of Career Development. The knowledge transfer session was very useful for the incoming counselors. We met according to function and were able to share ideas. They were able to ask us any questions about the job as well as hints and tricks. The party was lots of fun to see the current staff of OCD. The staff gave out awards to the current counselors for different contributions throughout the year! It was lots of fun to see what other students thought of the other peer counselors. Here is a link to some pictures from the event.
- The end of bschool would not be completely without a ten hour bar crawl around Ann Arbor! It was tons of fun! As all good bar crawls do, this one ended at Rick's American Cafe! I was on it, then worked out and was able to hop back on!
- Each section had a day dedicated to events specifically for the section. Our section rented out this small hall near Main St. within Ann Arbor. Earlier in the day, the section also headed to the zoo! We had dinner and then they handed out the superlatives award. I was the luck winner of "Most Likely to Donate a Wing to Ross in 2032!" I am not sure if that means that people think I have a lot of school pride or if they think I will make a lot of money, but either way, I think I will take it! After the awards, we headed out on a "Scavenger Bar Crawl." My section is very motivated by "winning" and so we needed a purpose on our bar crawling. My team did a great job checking items off the list. The crawl ended up back at the hall for an intimate party with 80 of my closest friends. Here are a few last pictures of section 6!
- One of the other great events was a parent reception at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. It was a great chance for my parents to meet some of the other MBA parents. My dad found the reception to be particularly invigorating. He loved all of the energy and excitement you could feel in the attendants. It was also fun for me to put together which students belonged to which parents! Here is a picture of me with mom outside of the art museum.
After school, I will be around the Detroit area and have football tickets for next year! I start work at Boston Consulting Group on July 11th in their Detroit office, which is in Troy, MI. The pieces of my life are starting to fit together. I can hardly believe it! On to the next part of my life!
As always, go blue!