Thanks for the Memories

Today marks my last day at T3 Communications/ITVantage. I have mixed emotions about all of this. If I could describe how I feel in one word, it would be “bittersweet.”
After graduating with my master’s degree, I spent months looking for a job, and eventually I was hired as the marketing coordinator for T3 and ITVantage. The job came with a lot of difficulties and struggles, and at times I just wanted to quit. There were days where I thought “I can’t take this anymore.” But at the end of the day, it all made me a better marketing professional. 
I was forced to step outside of my comfort zone to learn all about telecommunications and IT (two fields I knew nothing about). I was tasked with projects that most entry-level coordinators would never see, like writing content for an entire website. But I did it all. I pushed myself to learn new skills and to implement those skills on the job. I wasn’t perfect, and I certainly made my fair share of mistakes, but I never gave up.
I’m so grateful for the opportunities I’ve been given at T3 and ITVantage, and I’m so thankful that my boss took a chance when he hired me. I can only hope that I didn’t let them down, and that my work mattered. I want nothing more than to see them succeed (and to be ranked #1 on Google).

I’m excited for this next chapter of my life, but it’s bittersweet leaving my first job behind. Thanks for the memories, T3 and ITVantage. You’ll be missed.
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Christina Bockisch is a passionate advocate for mental health and believes that sharing her story is the best way to help break the stigma surrounding mental illness. When she's not writing for her blog, Christina enjoys participating in mud runs, spending time with her dog, baking cookies and watching Harry Potter or Star Wars marathons on TV.

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