Experience: week 9

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It has been a few weeks since I last shared experience on training, but in those few weeks, it seems to have happened a lot. When I last wrote, I mentioned that I was working on planning and organizing the director’s booth and volunteering at the festival in Des Moines Arts Festival in late June.  The event went very smoothly, and, for the most part, the weather worked well, making the event a huge success …

One of the funniest moments on the weekend was Friday night. Because on Saturday morning there was a strong chance of a thunderstorm, we decided it was better to collect all our materials and bring them in. We loaded the box after the box on our cart to move into the Papjona building across the street.  The only problem was that the cart had wheels, and at the end of the street there was a plastic road lamp that kept all the wiring in the area.  It was obvious that we couldn’t handle it, so we had to drive the cart all over the block, but it didn’ t work because we were facing the same problem.  With very few other options, we decided to follow him. We clung to the cart and tried to make it over the boom. The key word in this proposal would, of course, be an “attempt”. Most of the crates fell down, and we had to get them inside.  However, we all laughed and after almost 15 hours that day felt good …

At the end of the weekend it was nice to sit back and assess the achievement. The success of the event was indeed achieved through cooperation among itself, another intern in my department, other employees and more than 40 volunteers who helped over the weekend. It was a team that taught me a lot about planning things and make sure you’re planning ahead and well organized ..

The Festival of Arts was a neat opportunity to work with people from the whole company I don’t normally want to work with. The director has a large amount of volunteer opportunities that provide employees with the opportunity to work with others, which is really clear. They have what is called the “Principal Volunteer Network” (PVN), since I have been working in corporate terms, I have had a chance to work with some members of the committee, promoting their volunteer activities, which has become a great opportunity. It’s good to work for a company that appreciates the volunteer service so much because it’s what’s important to me. In the fat, each employee receives 8 hours of voluntary time (VTO), similar to the PTO, except that you can use it at volunteer activities ..

Apart from meeting with other employees at volunteer events like the Arts Festival, I found that the director is doing a very easy time for work. Meetings between departments is a mixture between getting a lot of results and communicating and getting information about people, which I think is neat. Multivalued internet in the Principal (VIP) program also works very well to connect all interns. Every intern can choose to work with the committee. I’m on the communications committee, so I worked with Amy and Thomas to write blogs, select t-shirts, and plan the interns. In addition, social events are held almost every week and lunches, and every few weeks there are trainees to participate in …

It seems crazy that the next month will be my last summer old blog. The last couple of months have actually flown away. I hope I showed you the experience of my internship. I am not shy to ask questions, and next month I hope to offer some advice and advice that I have learned since the May launch in May …

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