My name is Tallulah Cyers. I currently attend a community college where I study Business Administration. After I obtain my degree, I hope to transfer to a university in the spring to study Business Management. In the meantime, I am hoping to gain internship experience, continue working at the library, where I work as a circulation specialist, and eventually work to start my own small business. Now where does writing come into play in all of this, you may ask? Well, I have been writing since I was very young. I began writing short stories in grade school and would read them in front of my peers. My teachers were impressed at how prolific I was and praised me for my writing style. I grew to be quite passionate about the hobby and ventured off to write articles for an online newspaper later on in life. This proved to be a tricky endeavor while juggling both school and work. As a result, I retired from the job and took classes in journalism, technical writing and other writing-centered classes in college. For a while, I stopped writing, but I came to realize that I found a lot of enjoyment in reading other people's work and offering constructive criticism and praise. So, naturally, I decided I would combine my interests in writing and business, which is how I landed the project management internship for the Noah Education Fund.