I'd arrive at the designated school for that day, help the photographers get things organized. I'd start by separating name cards and writing teacher boards, then as the classes would come in to get their photos taken I'd direct them to their photographer, pass out name cards, comb hair, clean messy faces, and make sure everything was running smoothly and everyone was enjoying their break from classwork. When the day was over, I'd stay behind with the photographers and help them pack up, pick up stray trash, and put back any furniture we had moved.
Working here I learned to have patience, little kids can be a bit much to handle :P I also learned how to better communicate with and organize people.
My co-workers were all really friendly and sweet. It was easy working when I had good people to work with.
The hardest part of the job, for me, was getting over my shyness.
The most enjoyable part of that job were definitely the kids, of course there were some who liked to test authority, but for the most part they were very polite and fun to be around!