I have always described myself as a living paradox. I like my room to be clean, very clean. In fact, I start everyday by making my bed, and I vacuum my floor before the night ends. However, I am an absurdly messy eater. I eat
So, why doesn’t an hour mean anything to me anymore? I’ll explain.
While I’ve been out here in my hometown of Los Angeles, I’ve been managing locations for Accurate Car Wash Division in Santa Monica and West Hollywood.
Traffic is everywhere all the time so I have
My name is Uli Sanroman. I am currently a freshman at Antioch College, as a self-design major in Animal Sciences. When I first began school last fall, we could say that I was very lost. I always believed that I would get my MD
When I first thought of working for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the idea seemed daunting. Washington D.C. in general seems daunting, working with people I have never met before is daunting, living with people I have only briefly met before seems daunting. I
My experience at Mills Lawn Elementary School has by far been one of the best jobs that I have ever had.
photo credit: Jason Reynolds, WYSO
I work with some very awesome 5th and 6th graders. They are just the most amazing individuals and the kindest children
Hello, my name is Noah Greer and for my first co-op as an Antioch Student, I decided to head east to work for Chroma Technology. Chroma is an employee-owned business three miles from an ancient milling town called Bellows Falls. When I first arrived in
I believe that we're all wired to connect in one way or another. We see it in the teenagers meeting each other through social media despite living half way across the world and the old lady knitting a scarf with the radio playing in the
As a first-year student with an interest in literature and the arts, I decided to do my co-op at The Kitchen, “a non-profit, interdisciplinary organization that provides innovative artists working in the media, literary, and performing arts with exhibition and performance opportunities to create and