Jeongeun Oh

Montpellier

Jeongeun Oh

Montpellier

Raised in open communication family, myfather is always saying ‘just do it.’ Finding my interest, setting a priority,making a plan, implementing it and providing feedback is what I’ve learned by him.Also my mother says to me, ‘be wise and have a good influence on the world.’ Apparentlymy sense of value is affected by those words.

Grabbing a coffee, I was at library to searchfor a book on my report. At the other corner of shelf, I found a book with fancycolorful illustration on free trade. It attracts me showing the other part ofbusiness, a dark side, which is focused on by sustainable development. I set onreading many different kinds of books on Free Trade, Corporate Social Responsibility,Sustainable Development and furthermore Create Social Value. Also with my colleges,I tried to visit some business got touched with it.

I got a chance to study in France asexchange student for two semesters. As I’d studied business cases onUnited-states and Canada, I was curious of those cases on Europe. So to save mymoney, I took a year off from school and worked as full-time English teacher atprivate institution as I had two year and a half of freelancer English teachingexperience. Not only I could train my leading a team and teaching skills butalso I could get communicating and marketing experience as chief of institutionis my immediate superior.

Living in France I’ve met manyinternational students from America, Asia and Europe understanding culturaldiversity to discuss in class and do activities with them. Also traveling inEurope countries with friends or alone, I’ve met many kinds of people andlearned how to say hi to them first and smile them with comfortable mind.

Now I’mlooking forward to seeing more and learning more. I’m ready to get a foot inthe door!

  • Work
    • Engslish private institution
  • Education
    • International Business