My last day at South.
When I got there, another volunteer from our class was already working on putting posters up. Both of us were there the entire time, and Anne had a great project for us. With the Career Fair coming up this Thursday, she needed to make signs to put on the front door to welcome everyone as well as to mark parking. She found this awesome tiger print paper (South Tigers...) to roll across the poster and cut out letters to put on top. I think what we came up with was nice. It seems silly that it took two hours to make two posters, but that is okay. We sat around and chatted. Anne wouldn't have had time to make anything special, so it was great that we could make something nice for her.
The end of this semester has gotten pretty crazy, so it was a relief but also a sad thought that my time at South is done. It has been a great change from my typical volunteering. Instead of working with young kids, I have been doing a huge variety of activities with older kids. Filing, labeling, hanging posters, and helping with essays, applications, and FAFSAs has been a great change. I'm glad I have worked in a variety of places and look forward to what I find next.