Monday, November 18, 2013

What ABB Means To Me

Hey guys,

If you are return visitors, you've noticed by now I changed my picture!

The company I work for, ABB, just launched their NEW ABB United States Facebook page and are having a contest that I decided to enter. I submitted the photo above and since this is my blog, I will explain my ideas and thoughts behind the picture.

I was excited to hear the announcement of this contest and decided to take a few extra minutes Friday to come up with some ideas.

If you know me personally, you know how much my job means to me. My mom could vouch for that. Every day I am thankful for the blessing of my job. I really think ABB is such a great company to work for, I could not be more blessed!

My picture represents two big ideas and feelings I wanted to share. The first being, diversity. I am a very young, outgoing, female engineer and ABB embraces all of those aspects. It truly means a lot to be so accepted. I wanted to show that this isn't just a picture of a poster girl, but a woman doing what she loves. I wrote on the note: "ABB helped me become and Industrial Engineer" because my internship with ABB really helped me get through school. They showed me that I was going to be happy in my career and helped me grow for the future.

The second being opportunities. My family did a good job raising me to constantly WANT MORE. The more I experience, the more I want to experience. Working for ABB could not have been a better gateway for me to have opportunities to gain experiences and really learn the world. Working for a global company, I've met people from ALL over the world. Not only that, but I have the opportunities to travel the world. Hence the picture of me looking at the world, I know that anything is possible.

I hope this explanation shows my gratitude towards ABB and all it continues to do for me.

If you want to support me, PLEASE....VOTE HERE

You can vote once a day, so if you really want to support me, vote every day for the next week. :-D


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