I’m going to spend the next 2 days trying to learn a good deal about solar energy and solar panels and then possibly spend Thursday and/or Friday at a big new international conference called Solar Summits. I plan to meet a lot of people and try and make some impressions.
I want to contact the company in Waldkirch who is doing a “green” room for Freiburg at the EXPO 2010 in Shanghai. I want to try to weasel my way into an internship there and say that I could be in Shanghai to help man the stand and act as a native English speaker because for sure the conference will be in English and I bet these guys can probably speak reasonably good English but still…maybe I could give some English lessons there for the chance to also have an internship there.
See if there is a southern California-based company that focuses on solar energy, see if they need a representative for them in Freiburg, an internationally-renowned environmental city.
I will start the German language exam studying in November, and the exam is in May, exactly when the deadline to apply for the university. I have to catch up on what the cutting edge of renewable energy even looks like.
But it’s 1.07am now and it’s time for me to go to bed. I wonder what will happen tomorrow. 🙂