This was a very rewarding job and I loved doing it. Students would make appointments for a certain subject and day. When I wasn't assisting other students, I was furthering my own knowledge using the resources for other courses we kept on hand. There were also instances I was place in charge of the front desk where it was my job to greet people coming in the office, answer and direct calls, and handle problems that arose. Our management was fantastic. She was understanding and did what she could to work with our own schedules. I didn't have much opportunity to interact with my co-workers; generally, they were all busy helping other students. The hardest part for me was having students come in with a paper due in a few hours. I know some of them were hoping I'd write it for them, and making that clear was heart-breaking. As much as I hated sending him/her off with simply an outline we created together, I could not allow myself to feel responsible for the fact he/she waited until the last minute to do his/her work. On the flip side, the students who put in the effort and saw it reflected in their grades gave me one of the best feelings. Nothing made my day quite like one of my students running in waiving a piece of paper and excitedly exclaiming they passed.