Ucla Summer Internship was a very interesting way to feel independent and a way to help you improve your communication skills.
Pros: free lunches, long breaks, good hours.
Cons: none really, just was a short summer job.
A typical day at work would be entering my own office, filling out papers, and sending out letters to other organizations through a computer. These tasks helped me learn to be more familiar with computers and they also helped me feel like I had an important role in my job because I was trusted with such an important responsibility. When it comes to my co-workers I was a really skilled team player. My co-workers where out to help me and I was out to help them to help complete each others daily tasks. The hardest part of the job was dropping off letters to other offices in the campus because its a big unfamiliar school. There were many enjoyable parts in this job, but one that stands out to me is within me, the thought of me waking up every morning knowing I am going to work for a honest dollar and making sure I took this seriously every single day helped me enjoy every single day in any different activity.