Pros: free meals, got to work with a lot of nice people
Cons: long hours
I only worked once a month for 2 days and 2 weeks in the summer for the national guard. But on a typical day i would report to pt (physical training) at 6:30 am. We did pt for about an hour or an hour and a half. Then we would change and be in formation at 8:00 am. In formation the First Sergeant would take roll to make sure everyone is there, then go over everything that needed done for the day. Usually we had some kind of training or classes. Then we would go to work. My job was human resources. My best friend worked in the same office as me, she was my partner. Any kind of paperwork issue someone had they would come to us and we would fix it, or send them to someone who could. We did prepared paperwork for promotions, awards, leave, unit transfers, and deployments. I also worked with the training sergeant. I helped him schedule and prepare for classes and training.