Like a blogged about in my last post, I have been working at Trivani Foundation on the side. In addition to Trivani, I have also been applying for a few international teaching jobs. The one I am mainly interested in is in Taiwan, where I would work as a English language teacher. I already completed the entire interview process, and will find out in a week or two if I was successful. If they offer me a job, it would most likely start in January, so I would have a lot to think about in not a lot of time.
I have also been looking more and more into graduate school (which I am now 80% sure will be preferable to law school). I recently got to talk to a few reps from different International Policy/Development/Politics programs and have learned a lot. For one, I will most likely have to take a few dreaded Economics and Statistics courses in order to apply. What is harder, I would probably have to take more language courses. Oh joy. Meaning MORE school before graduate school.
I feel serious now. I like having a plan, and I think I am finally ready to put that plan into motion.
Wish me luck (and some extra time)!
On a unrelated note, I dyed my hair red. Maybe I am going through a personal crisis....?