Sunday, June 27, 2010

Week 5: Work, but not really

This week was very busy at work and I worked a lot, but it didn't feel at any point like I was fulfilling an obligation or that I was doing something I HAD to do. I had the great opportunity to do very interesting assignments, and I even had the privilege to attend a fund-raising event for another politician at the Capitol Hill Club. It was a small event, so the discussion was intimate. It was a great learning experience to hear industry professionals speak on the issues that I had been working on these past few weeks. The experience thus far has been truly enjoyable. My hope is that when I graduate from college I can find a job similar to this in that it is not only challenging, but that it presents challenges that I am motivated to conquer and overcome.

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