3 reasons you should blog about your internship

Hanging out in the courtyard of the SF office. Photo by Amy Higgins for the Concur blog.

Hanging out in the courtyard of the SF Concur office. Photo by Amy Higgins for the Concur blog.

Summer is in full swing in San Francisco!  And that means fog, fog, and then a little fog on the side … plus some more fog.

And for many of us college students, it also means internship season!

Are you interning this summer? Here’s some advice for you — definitely consider blogging about your experience. Taking the initiative to write about your internship is a smart thing to do in the long run, even if it means Read the rest of this entry »


Wait, what? Someone used a QR code correctly? (or, How to Rock a QR Code)

sfsu food trucks - postcard size

postcard-size advertisement for SFSU food trucks

Behold! The ever-elusive specimen of smart QR code use in its native environment!

So there’s lots of talk about QR codes from me lately, eh? Some people have already written them off as useless, some people love them, and some people apparently love to hate them.

Like a lot of people, it took me a while to understand what they are and how to use them, but now I’m impressed with QR codes’ potential for quickly linking the tangible with the digital. But as we are all painfully aware Read the rest of this entry »


LIFE ON THE INSIDE — how to maximize return on your school investment

Students enjoy time outside between classes at San Francisco State University.

Students enjoy time outside between classes at San Francisco State University.

If you’re thinking about going to back to school, I bet you’re full of excitement  — mixed with a little bit of uncertainty. I know I was when I went back in 2010 after a good decade in the work force. What is life on the inside going to be like? How am I going to manage all my responsibilities? But it needn’t be so daunting an experience. Read the rest of this entry »