The Learning Process

Hello Guys, Welcome or Welcome back to my blog posts! If this is your first time, pleaaaaseee don’t start here. I’ve written 4 previous ones and they’ll give you good background into what I’m going to talk about. So, do me a favor and go read those first. That way you’ll get the complete story….

Everything you missed…

Hello Everyone! My name is Birizibe. If you’ve read my posts on the Honor’s Blog before, then welcome back! I’m happy that you’re here again. If you haven’t, then welcome! I will be posting a few of these throughout the semester, and I hope you stick around. It’s been a while since I did one…

The End of an Impactful Experience

Hi everyone, I’m back for my final blog post and on the last day of internship at Ernst & Young (EY)! My final day consisted of a two-hour long checkout procedure at the office but after lunch, all the interns went over to Five Iron Golf. Five Iron Golf is located downtown in Market Square…

New Client, New Me

Hello everyone, I’m back with my fourth blog post about my internship at Ernst & Young (EY)! The internship has been amazing so far! The last two weeks have been very busy for me. It has been the most engaging week I’ve had in the internship. I was assigned to a new client that specializes…

The Exciting World of Audit

Hello again everyone! I’m back for my third and midpoint blog post. In this post, I wanted to speak on previous projects of mine and their similarity to my current internship. The experiences that I believe helped me receive my internship came from my certificate program in leadership and ethics (CPLE) at Pitt Business. During…

Building a Better Working World at EY

Hi everyone! I’m back with my second blog post. Again my name is Jarrett Johnson and I will be a rising senior in Pitt Business. I wanted to start my post with a more in-depth introduction about myself as my time here at Pitt has changed me so much and led me to my current…

FCCT Wrap Up

SOLO PROJECTS: Trail Town Assets and Business Corridor –  My work for the business corridor consisted of gathering additional assets for Connellsville that did not appear on the Fall 2021 asset map. Some of these places include additional eateries, a bakery, historic places to see, and shopping outlets.  To gather an idea of what Connellsville…

FCCT Wrap-Up: To Connellsville and Beyond

My experience interning with the Fayette County Cultural Trust has been most fruitful, and I accomplished more than I could have imagined while also taking on a load of 18-credits. I managed my time and completed various projects in timely and organized fashions. A list of the projects I worked on and completed is:  Created…

FCCT Internship Post 2!

Since my last post, I have been working on a number of projects to help the Fayette County Cultural Trust. My most prominent project is working on cataloging GAP and C&O Trail town assets to compare with Connellsville. This is to highlight any areas / businesses the town may want to look into developing to…

FCCT Internship: Current and Next Steps

The first half of my internship with the Fayette County Cultural Trust has been enjoyable. It offers me a different type of work compared to my other projects. I’m embedded within the community with the Trust, researching and planning for real-life scenarios that will eventually impact peoples’ lives. Instead of looking at how the past…