Most days were a continuous stream of donations and hard work.
I learned a lot about customer service and interacting with different types of people.
The management at the job was serviceable at best, very few of the supervisors were informed on what we were doing and made rash decisions based on statistics, rather than the actual work.
The culture was manageable, the location was packed full of donations at all times, but the staff I worked with were great people with lots of bright ideas.
The hardest part of the job was the physical strain of pulling 800 pound carts filled to the brim with donations and other items. The job kept you working 8 hours at a time usually 3-4 days straight.
The job was hard work but it felt fulfilling, I felt like I made a difference everyday I went to work and that created a sense of achievement.