top of page
  • Writer's pictureMa Luisa Loque

My Second Day of Class: Networking and Learning in the World of Online Education

Attending the second day of class as a working mother with a full-time job and an online student was an exciting experience for me. I was excited to meet new people and dig deeper into my studies. Surprisingly, the day was jam-packed with unexpected opportunities to network and learn from people from a variety of professions.

As the class began, I realized that the organization management coursework would be a challenging but rewarding experience. The material was presented in an engaging and interactive manner by the professor, who encouraged us to participate in group discussions and apply the concepts to real-world situations.

While we waited for our online class to begin, I had the opportunity to speak with one of my classmates who works in a high-level position for a well-known company and was also taking the same class. We talked about the difficulties of managing large teams and the importance of fostering a positive company culture.

Following the first class, I attended the next class, a leadership seminar, which solidified my understanding of the importance of effective leadership in organizations. An experienced educator led the class, sharing insights and best practices gleaned from years of teaching and industry experience.

My second day of class was an eye-opening experience in general. Not only did I learn important lessons in organizational management and leadership, but I also had the opportunity to network with people from various professions. As a working mother and online student, I find it inspiring to see the diverse group of people pursuing higher education and making a difference in their respective fields.


bottom of page