Last Monday was my second day at the career center at South High School.
This time, I got on there in no time at all. I walked into the school and knew what I was doing and where I was going, which was very relieving. I was greeted once again by Anne. She had lots of little tasks for me to do, which was great because she was really busy. There is a college fair coming up this week and she had a lot of preparation to get done.
I didn't get to work with any students, but the office work is cool too. I (sadly) really enjoy labeling things. My dad has a label maker and I would always buy different colored tape (pink, purple, blue...) "for him" and label everything I could think of. So making files is a great task for me.
I stayed pretty busy the entire time, cutting permission slips, filing, hanging posters up, and delivering papers to mailboxes. I had Anne's student aid take me around to do some of this stuff so I wouldn't get lost. She is a sweetheart. I think it is really cool that South (and all Minneapolis, maybe all other schools) has a program for student aids. I really would have enjoyed that.
Anne had a meeting, so I had to leave a bit earlier than usual. That's okay, because I will be back next week!