Summer is coming to Vancouver. 13 weeks have gone really fast. Today (Wednesday, May 20th) is the last day of my internship with Football BC. If I didn’t work here I might never have had the opportunity to relive some of my high school football memories. I’m really glad to have worked here and learned from my supervisors.
I’ve written five posts in the last three months and this is my last post with Football BC. When I wrote my first blog post I mentioned I will share my football experiences with all of you. I hope it was interesting and helpful.
Actually I still can’t believe my internship will be finished today but with the new intern here so it is finally hitting home. I don’t know why but I guess that’s because working here was so fun and exciting J
I actually had the opportunity to help interview the new intern and I wanted to share that experience with you guys.
I conducted an interview with the new intern last week. He came to Football BC office on Thursday, May 7th. It was really funny when I saw his business attire because I recalled my interview and the feeling my first time at Football BC. His name is Ted Kim and he majored in Sports Management in University. He looks really passionate and he was funny guy like me. LOL.
I asked two interview questions to him. It was difficult to prepare interview questions.
- What kind of skills do you want to improve from this practicum (internship) opportunity?
- Do you have any special computer skills such as filming, designing?
Ted answered greatly. I think we can help each other. It means He was hired! He got a job!
I’m certain that Ted can harmonize with our supervisors especially our MuJaby army members (We made our work team’s name. it means ‘No Mercy’J).
I learned a lot of things from the best amateur football supervisors. Especially, I spent a lot of time with Daniel. He taught me a lot and we did a great job.
(There are 97.9GB of outputs from my works!!!)
I felt my English writing skills improved from this blog. When I wrote some posts, he edited them and gave me advice. It helped me a lot to improve my writing sense.
Daniel is the director of communication. I learned from him about how to communicate with Football BC followers on social media. I did a lot of design work and video work. It helped me to think creatively and inspire me a lot!
These are some of my design work.
During my time with Football BC, I achieved most of things that I wanted. I wanted improve my English skills and earn career skills that can be helpful for my future job. As I mentioned before, I want to be a sports marketer in the future. I can assure that work experience with Football BC is really helpful to my future career.
So now, it’s time to say Goodbye. I’ll never forget my experience here and I’ll miss everyone. I love Football BC. Thank you for giving me a chance to work with you, Football BC.
(Last lunch with Football BC)
Thank you for reading my blogs for last few months.
Again, thank you Football BC!!