I moved to Japan and taught English. Wish I were still there. Oh--this is so cool--I lived at the foot of Mount Fuji. I'd do it all over again.
Well, my story is not exciting like that! I bartended.......a very hard job I must say! I give people props who do it. That was just to start out though. After that I worked in schools and homes with children who had behavior/mental illness problems.
I did a whole bunch of small jobs. I had an internship with the Philadelphia Orchestra (unpaid!), did some marketing work for a campgrounds, and temped for a landscaping company. Anything to gain more experience.
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