As an intern, a typical day consisted of assisting the secretary with organizing and filing client information that was highly sensitive, as well as invoices within the organization. Other duties that was mostly performed was inputting client data in the SWK system. Coming into the organization with no work experience, I was able to learn how to copy, scan, input data, pick up organizational skills at a fast pace, as well as getting work done in a proficient, neat and timely manner. The director of the program was very nice and professional to me throughout my whole internship. The director gave me opportunities to practice my professional development by practicing mock interviews, organizational planning, as well as allowing me to sit in at interviews. The workplace culture was very friendly, welcoming, patient and understanding. Each employee collaborated in a professional manner when it came to teamwork. The hardest part in working in SWK was the amount of paperwork that was presented in front of me that had to be input into the system, filed and organized. As mentioned before, I did not have any work experience, so it was a bit overwhelming to handle all the paperwork, but after a short while, it became easier to work with. The most enjoyable part of being an intern at SWK was being able to work and interact with employees of all ages. By interacting with my former coworkers my interpersonal skills and teamwork skills have enhanced greatly.