I’ll be blogging for Boston College Career Center’s RealJobs Blog this week. Twenty-two BC alums are blogging about our jobs, how we got here, and giving advice or ideas for undergraduates who might be interested in our work. Here’s an excerpt from my first post:
My daily work involves coordinating and guiding the projects, priorities, and development of our women’s health programming. We have four main types of activities: teaching health workshops for women, visiting women in their homes, providing accompaniment and support to women with reproductive health problems, and running a small social enterprise that sells reusable cloth sanitary pads for rural women. I work with a group of four Khmer women, two of who work full time, and two of who are college students and interns with us.
Especially if you’re a BC student or alum, check out the blog to see what some very cool classmates and friends are up to these days. I’ll be back to Planning the Day at the end of this week.