I scheduled interviews and made sure that all candidates were taken care of during their interview process.
I learned a lot about the full-time work world and plan to apply all of my knowledge gained into my new roles in the future.
My manager was remote in Boston, which made things rather difficult since he wasn't always there to see what I do day to day or help me in the work place itself.
My co-workers were absolutely amazing and so helpful in everything I did.
The hardest part of the job was the heavy, high stress workload where I would be juggling 15-20 candidates and all their paperwork at one time and would find myself jumping all over the place.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the constant workflow I had and the environment was amazing as well.