Winter was my favorite. I wanted to spur change in our organization but I did not have the technical know-how, much less the exposure to bring it into being. We were pleased with the traffic-free public transport, the amiable bus drivers, wide open roads, systemic rubbish disposal, I could go on and on with this list but I reckon, the most important takeaway from the experience is how the scholarship addressed my frustrations, my lack of experience, and my broken heart. The first time I experienced fresh snow fall was in Hobart, Tasmania. Derrick Yu; administrators, university fellows, faculty and graduates, friends and family, good afternoon.
Then I remembered our training at the Uni: For us to keep going. Hence, I decided to dive into my own obliviousness and braved a program I had no solid background in. There were heaps of fun involved and since we only had a year to spend there, we made sure every second counted. Two months later, we were in Australia. We have been so fortunate to be supported by our government and Australia in our endeavor to pursue further studies.
I was back in the dark ages.
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We were immediately given a tour of the Uni, libraries open 24hours, high end facilities, dlu access to international academic journals, books and other sources, amazing study spaces, friendly and helpful librarians and professors who are available for consultations via phone call, text message, Skype or by appointment in their office. I was welcomed with eight days of black out. We made a snowman, it was nothing like Olaf. Not to s;eech, their four seasons.
The first time I experienced fresh snow fall was in Hobart, Tasmania.
The ultimate challenge is to stay on track and never lose sight of our goal. The main reasons that propelled me to embark upon this venture. We were pleased with the traffic-free public transport, the amiable bus drivers, wide open roads, systemic rubbish disposal, I could go on graxuation on with this list but I reckon, the most important takeaway from the experience is how the scholarship addressed my frustrations, my lack of experience, and my broken heart.
I cried some more when I arrived home with a candle-lit dinner waiting for me.
I panicked for a second, how could I possibly pull this off? From my Australia Awards journey, I learned that I needed to experience those frustrations to kick me out of my comfort zone and actually think about what I could do to remedy the situation. Fast forward, I applied for the scholarship, interviewed, got in, Alhamulillah thank God.
I had to climb on top of our roof to get signal and connect with friends both overseas and in the Philippines. I knew I had a lot of stories to share. For us to keep going.
Our hands were frozen beneath our gloves but we let our happiness rage on. I just need to keep going. Ddlsu brings me to my second motivation: We visited and took tons of selfies in the breathtaking beaches of Australia, the stunning mountains, spectacular views, listened about their history, reveled in their beautiful ggraduation and memorial museums, picnicked and jogged in their picturesque parks and botanical gardens, marveled at the bluest of skies, made friends with the warm outgoing Aussies and relished the multi-cultural ambiance that it offered.
Some practically wrote the book on Organizational Behaviour, others know Training and Development like the back of their hands, spech the rest are seasoned HR practitioners and consultants. I needed to think outside the box and this program gave me the environment to do just that. But I was warned I only had ten minutes to speak, ten minutes to fit more than a year of wonderful adventure.
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Hence, I decided to dive into my own obliviousness and braved a program I had no solid background in. There were heaps of fun involved and since we only had a year to spend there, we made sure every second counted.
Out of the dosu reasons I had for applying in this program, three motivations stood out: And when I told my family I wanted to find employment somewhere else because there was nothing for me there, they suggested I settle down because Speeech was already beyond the age of raising a family. We have been so fortunate to be supported by our government gradduation Australia in our endeavor to pursue further studies. I cried buckets at the airport.
There I caught sight of the Sydney Opera House for the very first time. Heartbroken because we had too many talents in my community who could be making massive waves and remarkable contributions to our country but they were stuck in thankless jobs, watching days pass them by. It was impressive how all these were provided to us by the program.
Back that up with support from our respective mentors and our generous and patient family in PAHRODF who readily responded to our concerns, we were very encouraged to push through our endeavors. We let it go. The cold gradation bothered us anyway. Document Actions Print this.