I want to start comparing what I did each year. So to start here is 2016.
Started graduate level biotechnology classes as a non-degree student at Penn State. I plan to apply to the Masters in Biotechnology program after taking a semester of the curriculum.
I am helping Dr. Mark Gagnon with a paper on a entrepreneur framework. What are the major factors to a firms success and how do entrepreneurs make it successful?
I am attending elective biology and plant science lectures.
I am regularly attending graduate lectures on Economics.
Lots of small events.
I start working as Front Desk Agent at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center
I am politely asked not to return for the next semester of classes in Biotechnology
Grades from my classes:
Issues in Biotech, 2 credit course: A
Ethics in Life Science, 1 credit course: A
Methods in Biofermentation, 3 credit course: A
Molecular Biology Lab, 3 credit course: D
Working on this blog and creating Youtube videos.
Selected for Jury Duty
22nd I flew to San Fransisco
28th I move to Eugene Oregon
I start working as Product Expert, a sales position at Dyson.
My Vietnamese class at University of Oregon starts.
I start working at Joann Fabric.
Working and studying
Quit my job at Joann Fabric
I start volunteer tutoring ESL at Lane Community College.
I start helping Austin with Craft Crickets
Discover Simbi and help others on the platform
My Vietnamese class ends.
I did a lot of different things. This year was a lot about finding what I liked and didn’t like. Who I was and who I want to become. My parents assure me that we all find our way. In order to find your way you need to try lots of different paths.
February 2017 Chiang Mai when I went to Thailand for the first time.