Dear Dr. Tanabe,
I apologize that I did not update any information last three days in terms of Boston Career Forum although I told you that I was going to send an e-mail. All three days from Friday from Sunday turned out to be pretty much more packed than I expected. I could not even take any pictures of the beautiful scenery of Boston.
Here are some of my impressions of overall three days and “Boston Career Forum 2018”. I flew to Boston with the other Senshu student in the same exchange program. The career fair was held at Haynes Convention Center which was about two-hour train ride from Boston Logan International Airport. The house I lodged at was forty minutes away from Convention Center. I reserved one of the rooms in the house on Airbnb. It was surrounded by a lot of houses and so relaxing atmosphere. Regarding the event itself, two hundred and thirty Japanese companies came to the center, and a bunch of people got interviewed.
I physically realized that I underestimated what job hunting was. That is because all I did was dropping in some rough resumes I wrote before I flew to Boston and walked in some companies’ booths without no practices of interviewing. There is no way I could succeed in that. Having said that, it had been significant because I found fashion companies and trading companies so interesting. I dropped my resumes in UNIQLO, GU, and Makers Shirts Kamakura. Talks at Senko Sangyo, one of the Japanese trading campanies gave me good impressions in that there are a lot of chances to fly all over the world and expand the numbers of customers.
I am going to redo posting again from today on. All I regret is that I was not aware that each day would be existing. That I was able to learn a lot other than what I mentioned above is fruit in three days, but it made me realize that I have to take action base on that.
Now I am at Atlanta and staying at Westin Atlanta Hotel for one night because I missed the last flight to Lincoln for my flight from Boston to Atlanta got delayed. I am flying back to Lincoln via Minneapolis at 10:25 a.m. tomorrow.