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ronozoro 1st June 2010 04:38 PM

Hello All Ronozoro here
 
I am another invader from the US servers.

On the internets I almost always go by ronozoro although I decided to name my character Chocogummy on these forums just to be confusing ^^.

I just graduated on May 15 from Kent State University with a degree in Early Childhood Education so I am in the process of looking for a job where I can use that degree. Hint, hint elementary schools. I am 23 years old and currently live at home until I figure out where I am working. I have 3 siblings (2 sisters and a brother).

I like to spend my spare time hanging out with friends, Biking, Playing soccer with my dog (although he is getting older and doesn't play as much), Reading Comics (Fables is my favorite), and on the occasional internet game.

Cashew 1st June 2010 04:42 PM

Heya Gumby :)

Welcome to the forums!

Good luck with the job search. Finding a job actually using your degree (ANY degree) seems to be increasingly difficult. Bah! We should make up our own company. Mushroom daycare!

...or something like that :P

ronozoro 1st June 2010 04:48 PM

That would be so much fun. But the parents might worry about the types of shrooms involved in their children's education. XP

Yeah actually getting a job as a teacher is pretty difficult. I might have to do some subbing for a while.

Cashew 1st June 2010 04:54 PM

We could always assure them that we're only using the kind that are mild irritants (or ones that make you violently ill when mixed with alcohol), so the kids will be fine. They might have to learn their lesson, but they'll be fine :P (I can't just feel it...I will fail miserably as a parent. lol)

You could always go teach English in a foreign country for a while! The friends that I have that have done it have all loved it, it pays decent money, gives you teaching experience, and lets you experience life in a foreign country :) Japan and South Korea seem to be popular choices, although I'm not sure how much I would recommend sending someone off to South Korea for a year or two given what's been going on...but Japan is nice! :) Or a country in Africa! You can get malaria, AND teach young girls about empowerment in their communities. Win-win! Heh.

ronozoro 1st June 2010 06:20 PM

Traveling abroad would be fun. I would actually love to visit South Korea. I know some people who live over there and it would be great to visit them for a while.

I actually applied for a job in bush Alaska which is kind of like another country.


As long as we are only using the mild shrooms it just might work. ^^

Cashew 1st June 2010 06:36 PM

Alaska! I wanna come visit if you get the job there! We can go find a polar bear to tame together. Then we can go to Sarah Palin's house and look at Russia. It would be awesome!!! :P

But seriously, Alaska looks like an awesome place to go. Just as long as you like cold weather!

ronozoro 1st June 2010 06:43 PM

We could totally tame a polar bear!!! I don't think Sarah Palin Lives in bush Alaska but I would actually be closer to Russia than she is so if she can see if from her house we should be able to see it from where I am teaching. ^^ I don't really like the cold but I am one of the weird people that loves snow so I put up with cold weather pretty well.

Cashew 1st June 2010 06:49 PM

OK, you're a weirdo. You're not allowed in the magey warm weather lover guild anymore :P

SNOW! I hate snow. I'm a "weird Canadian" that way. Boooo snow. But ALASKA! And POLAR BEARS! I'd brave the white stuff for that. Perhaps not for long, but I'd do it!

So what's so special about Alaska for you? Just the fact that there's a job there, or do you also have family or friends or something up there?

ronozoro 1st June 2010 06:59 PM

No family or friends. Just a job that pays really well (for a job in education) and it would be a completely different culture and a interesting experience. Plus with no place to spend my money really I could just save for a few years and then come back to Ohio and try to get a job here again. Maybe by then the market will have shifted a little.

Cashew 1st June 2010 07:02 PM

Sounds like a great plan! A little bit a plan for right now, and a little bit a plan for the future. The perfect mix :)

I wish you luck! Let me know if there's any knuckles I have to crack up in Alaska for you :P


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