It was a good company to work for, working with students and teachers. I met tons of important people who would speak to students in lectures, where I would work with them directly. The workplace environment was very open, where you could communicate with all departments just by knocking on their door. I made it important to introduce myself and speak with all team members, especially teachers. The hardest part of the job was moving up in the company. I was hired as a technical assistant, basically assisting students on projects and teachers in class. But within a year, I was promoted to Theater Manager, however not full time hours were apart of it. Then I was promoted to Admissions department for 3 months with special projects, collecting tuition from students. After Admissions, I was then promoted to the Registar's office. Where I would meet with every student on a daily basis, organizing their parking passes, graduation information, and housing.