Category Archives: Kaila

Taking a Step Back

I can’t believe my internship has ended. I truly believe I got lucky with this company, I have loved the people so much it makes me sad to leave them. We all went out to lunch as a goodbye party … Continue reading

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Sheep Kidneys, Chicken Hearts & New Friends

It is difficult to believe that this will be my last week at ITCCC. Time has flown by and I am not ready to go back home yet! These past weeks have been a whirlwind of making our remaining time … Continue reading

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Space SWOT

Throughout the past weeks I have learned more about the creation of lesson plans more so than the competitions. Even though I have not directly helped with the creation of lesson plans and the process that goes into it, I … Continue reading

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Making Guanxi and Taking Names

Since last week my relationships have improved steadily. My supervisor explained the basics of the International Space Settlement Design Competition to me since I have now begun to grade the reports. I would say his strengths are more in the … Continue reading

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Venture On

As I have touched on before, the project I have been working on since starting at ITCCC has been under the space science curriculum design sector. My project was Mr. Mao’s idea, though the woman who actually creates the curriculum … Continue reading

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Workin’ It

The non-profit organization I am working for is called the International Teenager Competition and Communication Center, or ITCCC for short. Created in 2012, it is a relatively new company based in Beijing, but works with schools all around China. They … Continue reading

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Internship Here We Go

The first few days of my internship have certainly been different. First and foremost, my company is located in a hutong, which is a more traditional neighborhood with older houses and narrow streets. Needless to say it was not what … Continue reading

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