The End as an Intern
My time as an intern with Jim Carnahan Casting was full of paperwork, coffee runs, things that I can't discuss at all (I don't even know if I can say that) and hearing one end of thousands of phone conversations. It took a while to adjust to the office lifestyle with regular hours and never knowing what to expect the next day but once I got used to it, I really felt at home. I made strong connections with everyone in the office, even Jim himself. I started to find the fun, getting to know everyone more personally and knowing how they liked the work for them to be done. I was almost sad to leave because I felt I could have gotten so much more out of staying longer but 14 weeks was enough time without getting paid and I'm confident that I will be seeing them all again soon enough but in a much different capacity.