Where Did the Semester Go…?

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Well this semester has certainly flown by! It feels like just yesterday I was moving into my apartment for my final fall semester at USC. This fall has certainly been a busy one.

Besides taking 19 units, I’ve served as president of Mortar Board, founded a pre-professional LGBT student organization on campus, sung in multiple concerts with my a cappella group, and started rehearsals for Chicago the Musical! I also went through campus recruiting with a number of consulting firms and have now accepted a position as a technology consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers. I’ll be moving to New York City in August to work there full-time!

Here’s a picture recap of my fall semester:

I spent a lot of time with Troy Tones A Cappella

Troy Tones seniors at our fall photoshoot!

Performing at our fall Halloween concert!

Fun and games at the Troy Tones retreat!

I attended the Out for Undergraduate Business Conference (OUBC) in NYC and made contacts at a variety of consulting firms.

OUBC schmoozing

Secured a tech consulting position with PwC!

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Founded a pre-professional organization to help LGBT undergraduates get jobs in a variety of industries called the USC Trojan Alliance

Trojan Alliance logo

Had a busy semester with Mortar Board including tapping distinguished business professor Adlai Wertman. We were even featured in the Daily Trojan!

Mortar Board taps professor Wertman

And I started rehearsals for Chicago. Look out for more details in the future!

and All that Jazz!

In two weeks, I’ll be heading back to Virginia for winter break to relax with the family. Right after New Years, I’ll be flying to Park City, Utah to go skiing for a week with a few friends. Then I’m off to Reno, Nevada to visit my roommate and drive with him back to USC for my final semester (WHAT?). It should be a relaxing break and I can’t wait to start the beginning of the end of my time here at USC.

Until next time,

Will

 

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