Working for the university you attend is always very helpful. I worked for the cafeteria in the basement of the dorm I was living in. It was amazingly convenient to simply get ready for work in my room and walk downstairs to work. This was probably the best job I've ever had. My co-workers were all productive, fun, smart, goal-oriented people. My bosses appreciated everything I did, and gave me room to be creative and produce more opportunities to make new dishes and better ways to display them. All my co-workers, including my bosses, were my friends, and I think we altogether made quite the team. I got free food for working at the cafeteria, and that of course was a bonus. The hardest part of the job was doing the jobs that weren't so enjoyable, which most of the time involved the clean-up at the end of the day. I sustained a couple injuries while cleaning up at the end of the day: a couple cuts and a pretty bad burn. But the risk was worth it, because it was such a fun job. I think a lot of the time the team you work with makes the job the most enjoyable.