Today’s blog post is from Brittany J., a junior Mechanical Engineering major from Lee’s Summit, MO.
There are always going to be the things you HAVE to do or SHOULD do, but then there are the things that you GET to do and those are the things that make the world go round.
One of the things that I love doing every week is volunteering at The Little Light House. It brings me joy to see a smile stretch across a child’s face, hope to watch one walk for the first time, and love to scoop one into my arms for a hug. There is no doubt The Little Light House is the highlight of every volunteer’s week for reasons like this, and The University of Tulsa is lucky enough to have a growing relationship with them.
The Little Light House is technically a preschool for children with special needs, but in reality it is so much more. It is a home for children that live with love, joy, strength and heart in everything they do. They truly have the power to touch any heart that crosses their path. With the help of community volunteers, the full-time staff at the LLH has the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those children every day.
Today’s Tuesday with Tulsa comes to us from Scott L., a sophomore Energy Management and Finance major from Chicago, Ill. Scott is also minoring in Geology and Economics.
My name is Scott Lewis, and I am originally from Chicago, Ill. Currently I’m a sophomore studying Energy Management and Finance with minors in Geology and Economics – and yes… I will graduate in four years.
When I was a senior in high school, I never would have imagined accomplishing as much as I have in just two years at TU. Working with the Energy Management program and taking advantage of all the opportunities given, I was able to interview for nine internships last summer. I decided to accept an offer with Chesapeake Energy in Oklahoma City where I worked as a Land Admin intern. After working with Chesapeake for three months, I was given a return offer in the land department for this upcoming summer. It is so comforting knowing I already have an internship for the summer. It allows me to spend more time focused on my academics and to have some fun! Continue reading