What I liked
I worked in two different offices. The first month of the summer I was in the field, and it was very hands on. The work was easy to pick up on, and I enjoyed the variety that came with each day. It was a lesson in logistics, being prepared, and being competent. The remaining on the summer I was in the Omaha office, which meant more consistent hours, and I got to be pretty good friends with my coworkers cause I saw them all the time. I got my hands on some new software as well.