Productive and energetic workplace with unlimited access to furthering education and training
Pros: field work
Cons: non-full time/non-associate status
As an Intern, your workload is managed and supervised by a multitude of people, depending on the discipline and office you are stationed. This position supplemented my University education level extremely well and often surpassed it. My ArcGIS, AutoCAD and database development skills have improved drastically in my time here.
Management is very approachable and respectful. They are also very understanding of time limited by schoolwork, studies and independent research. Everyone I've worked with, whether in person, via email or phone, are nice, energetic, and positive.
The hardest part of the job is learning time management. Often I am assigned on multiple jobs and interacting with multiple clients. It is very important to manage time well, work effectively and efficiently and continually provide outstanding results and products to the management staff, team members and clients.
The most enjoyable facet of this position is getting to work with so many different people and disciplines and learn new aspects of the company every day. Also, working in a professional environment allows me the opportunity to learn safety protocols and actively apply them to my work life and daily life - something not addressed within the University.