The Council on Aging took me under it's wing and were patient with my learning process. I learned so much about how a not for profit is accountable, for every penny that is spent. Management is the reason I was offered the job, as I was an intern, in the first place. There were times that I would do any thing for my fellow workers, until I got hurt, then they came to my aide. We are a very diverse population and we all seemed to have love in our hearts. The hardest part of the job: running out of work to do, spending a lot of time on the phone without a headset. The most enjoyable time: when there was a pile of work to be completed within a certain time frame, I made it a competition. It was fun.