Magdalena Rejdych Winter 2019 Blog
by Magdalena Rejdych, March 25, 2019
And just like that my Kendall career has come to an end and it is a bittersweet feeling because on one hand, I’m so happy to be done with homework, projects, exams; but on the other hand, it feels like I have to have everything figured out already.
The last ten weeks seemed like they were stuck in fast forward, from handling capstone to internship to catching up in beverage class or entrepreneurship class the time zipped by.
Capstone was an experience like no other; I am beyond proud of my team and what we have accomplished in the past 20 weeks. As a whole, I was able to put all my courses into one and see what I have gained from my time at Kendall. I can genuinely say that I am thankful for all the time and effort my professor put in to make me successful not only in capstone but in my career. As I count down the days to walking in graduation, I feel a bit emotional that I won’t be walking down the halls of Kendall anymore and seeing my friends and professors, but I am excited to see what the future has in store for me.