Back in my senior year of high school, I was actually the president of the school's newly developed Korean culture club. It was a chance for me to grow and show the skills of a leader, and yet, when I look back, I realized a little too late of the opportunities I never bothered to pursue.
I'm now in my last semester of university and currently the co-chief of staff at Jezuba. Rebecca Liao, CPA recently has given me the chance to take on a meaningful project, our GenZ Career Series. It's not my first time organizing a large event like this, but previously, my shy personality pushed away the courage for me to share with my network, show my advocacy, and actually make a difference.
I don't want to look back on my experience at Jezuba the same way that I did with the Korean club. Rebecca understood that I am an upcoming graduate struggling with my next steps and presented this opportunity in hopes that I'll be able to guide myself by providing help to others in a similar situation. Rather than taking this opportunity for granted, I'll like to challenge myself to be the person I've always wanted to be and to strive for more.
I wish that everyone will learn to let your ambition drive you out of your comfort zone and to push for the change that you want to see in yourself. Never be afraid to try something new and learn to love the process.
Co-chief of staff
Picture taken after completing the Mission Peak hike