If you are looking for a job to get paid, this isn't the one for you. It's a lot of work; but in the end, it's worth it. As a summer intern, you do a lot of the prep work for activities and classroom lessons, which can sometimes feel a bit anticlimactic since you are always behind the scenes, but you know that what you do is important and you see the smiles on the kids' faces. The work environment is very friendly and nice. I've made friends with all the staff, even my boss. The Galileo staff environment stresses the importance of collaboration and building friendships, and that's exactly what happens.