My days were filled with clerical and other duties. Many days were normal clerical and proctoring exams. Some of the hardest days were the most rewarding. When looking in the eyes of students that I would have to write the answers for because they are unable to to hold a pen to write but that person, in my opinion was far more intelligent than I am, those were the rewarding days. Those people have more fortitude to go through days that are so difficult for most of us that have small issues and they are unable to hold a pen to write with but have the mental capacity of two of us, but they are overlooked because of a disability. I found inspiration in those days.
The job was rewarding, when I could walk away on any given day and say that I helped someone get through a hard day, that I might not have been able to get through if I were in the same situation.
My co-workers were outstanding people. I still keep in touch with them and plan on maintaining an ongoing relationship with them for years to come.
Wonderful people to work with both the staff and clients.