Summer Plans – A month of flying and then interning at Pepsi

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School is finally coming to an end and it makes sadder with each day; it means that I am getting older and slowly approaching graduation next year. If college was free, I would definitely try to stay at USC for a couple more years, but I guess it is time to grow up. This summer is going to be very eventful though, especially in the month of May. I finish up with finals next week on the 11th and by the end of that week, I will be flying across the country back to Baltimore, Maryland. I luckily have kept in contact with my close friends from high school and am always so excited to fly back to see them. Unfortunately, I will only get to spend time with them for a week. The only reason I am not too bummed is because right after I leave Baltimore, I will be flying to the land where video games are professional sports, South Korea. I have never been anywhere besides North America, so I am pretty pumped to explore South Korea. I am not too pumped about the 18 hour flight though; I honestly do not have a clue how I am going to entertain myself on a plane for basically a whole day. I keep telling myself that I am going to be productive, but I honestly can’t imagine that is going to happen. It will be a good time to relax and truly embrace another culture. I plan on visiting at least one arcade while I am there and hopefully, trying real Korean BBQ unless that is just an American thing. After a week of exploring South Korea with my family, I will be flying back to California for my summer internship. This summer I will be working at Pepsi in the future leaders program. More specifically, I will be working in their supply chain sector focusing on manufacturing and management. I am pretty excited because it sounds like it will be the perfect balance of engineering and business. ¬†This summer is going to be one for the record books¬†because it will be my last one before I go onto the real world.

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