Student in Washington, DC
Hola! A true believer of living in the moment, I live every second of my life. My journey started when I enrolled for an undergraduate course in Engineering. Before that, I was living in a cocoon of laughter and bliss. My college taught me how to survive in a place which was not me and where I was stuck in an identity crisis. My college taught me how to do things differently, how to think out of box, how to follow your dreams. It also taught me how to love, how to treasure your relations. So in a way, I am thankful to my college, for teaching me so much and never losing that smile.
In 2010, London happened and my life changed. LITERALLY! I went to London School of Economics (LSE) for a certificate course. I fell in love with the place and the people I met there. I still have not lost connections and have friends worldwide. Having excelled in the course and making wonderful memories my stint in London came to an end.
In 2011, Ernst & Young happened, which was yet another milestone . I couldn't have asked for a better way to kickstart my career. One of the biggest consulting firms of the world, EY kept me on my toes every second of the day. Were I complaining? No, not one bit. Appreciated by seniors and collegaues alike, I know I am on the right path.
Learning at every step is what I strive for everyday. This urge goes back to the time when I was teaching and mentoring the underpriveleged kids. Associated with an NGO - Make A Difference (MAD) for a year, the kids taught me how small and petty my problems were. The internship will help me gather knowledge and gain insight into various fields. A fair knowledge of Spanish will enable me converse with a native. A travel lover and inquisitive to know more about various cultures the internship will be an excellent platform to evolve holistically.