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... get some real working experience. I just found out today and I will be starting in the spring semester. I am so excited! And while it isn't paid, they do offer some dance classes for their adult dance program as well as tickets to some of their performances. So maybe there is some ballet training in my future? Who knows!
Last weekend was Halloween, which is quite the experience in a college town. My friends and I definitely played it safe but we had a lot of ...
... to do, I looked into finding a job on campus but I don't have work study so that makes it very difficult to get a job, especially a month into the semester. So I am now focusing my efforts at getting an internship at a theater nearby. Since it is what I want to do once I graduate, it would be amazing to have real experience on my resume before I start looking for jobs and co-ops next year. So if anyone has connections to Boston area theaters, let me know! ...
7/30/14So the adventure begins. I am sitting in Boston International Airport on a seven hour layover. Bored does not begin to describe it here, yet people watching makes it interesting. I have emotions ranging from excitement to worry, stress to beyond ready to begin this new stage in life. Even though I am nervous about how this next year of my life will go I am prepared for this next step, ...
... long queues to get through the security check point, the place where you get your photo taken, the first lift to get to the 80th floor and finally the lift to get to the 86th floor. A couple of people we were standing next to had been waiting in a queue for more than 2 hours! The top of the Empire State Building was as to be expected – crowded, dark, New York’s buildings all pretty and lit up, Central Park was a dark patch ...
... tall. I'm not really sure what the point was to this, but I guess it is different, which is good. From there, we crossed the river into a part of Boston called Charleston. Our first site over here was the USS constitution site. This boat was named by George Washington and is the oldest naval sailing boat in the world. It is most famous for having a big part in the war of 1812 against Great Britain. Some website will say it helped win 5 battles, but ...