Allowed a lot of freedom in teaching style. There is no pressure to follow structures. Open discussions and experimentation in class is most welcome. A lot of freedom is given. Still there is need or some pre-organizing classes.
Worked as a volunteer, and they take advantage of you.
Plus, it's a very dark and secluded office too, and they give you work non-related to the organization. The management is not friendly, especially when you're volunteering for them.
They keep saying the Graphic Design is a internship, but why it is a internship if in the future the company won't pay you as a Graphic Designer? They want you to make the graphic design works but there is no future working at the company, only just the experience, they also don't give you respect as a graphic designer.
A typical day at work involved inputting various types of data into Excel, writing letters to vendors and sponsors about the community events or taking phone calls regarding anything the company is involved in. The management was good, but could be better by having a nicer office more staff. My co workers were all lovely people who worked hard and met their deadlines on the tasks given.Hardest part of the job is to send out hundreds of emails in a short span of time. Most enjoyable part was to be able to work with amazing people.