My typical day at work is normally peculiar, where kids are doing another unique project one after another, and at times, I had trouble with keeping up with them. I did, of course, get the hang of it. The kids were normally respectable, unless, one kid doesn't get what he/she wants, then - chaos.
I learned how to remain calm, especially at times where I almost lost my cool. I had a fun time learning how to come to a kid's level when it came to comprehension, for they did not know big words, whereas I do. I learned how to be respectable, optimistic, creative, kind, and supportive to those in need.
My co-workers were older than me by a couple of years, they were leaders not leaders in training, like me. They were calm and collective, kind, helpful, fun, and considerate in times of desperate measure.
The hardest part of the job, was figuring out how each kid would react, and how to respond to their reactions. Didn't matter if they were snobby, rude, kind, or a child with special needs, or a disorder/disability.
The most enjoyable part was smiling and interacting with each kid, and having a blast learning about their individual personalities. :)