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My Internship in an Artcraft Exhibition

Viewed 228 times 2017-10-27 16:57 |System category:Life

This is a blog forgetting about grammar, which means I may make some grammar mistakes here but I don't want to waste my time to correct them up. If you like to read my blog, please leave the grammar mistakes alone but learn the meaning I am talking about here.

This blog is being written now after yesterday's ending of my internship. So first let me introduce my eleven-day internship for you. I have worked for an artcraft exhibition for eleven days as an intern. For the first three, I was like a labor worker, handling heavy work coze my job was to help open up the boxes from which I picked up artcrafts made by Chinese companies and place them onto the exhibition shelves. The packing boxes were so heavy that I got very tired at the end of a day. Another thing I have to mention is the working time which started from 9 o'clock in the morning and ended at 9:30 in the evening. So except for the sleeping hours, I stayed in the exhibition workplace. Every day I nearly dragged my legs back to campus and fell asleep so quickly.

On the fourth day, I was assigned to work on paperwork which was to record all the product information into file, measuring sizes of the products, helping customers handle the carts while they were picking up products they liked,etc.

The paperwork could be very tiring because I had to records so many products every single day. Even at noon I may not have time to take rest when the boss asked me to help him do something. I always got so sleepy in the afternoon. Even though I want to take a small nap but I wanted to finish my work, too. As a matter of fact, the job can be endless when a cart of products came to me while I finished recording the last cart.

Luckily, I made friends with my colleagues. They were so nice to me. We had fun together. They all came from the school of mine. There was nothing we would make a secrect about. We worked together. We ate together. We went back school together after work. So great memory we have together.

That's all for my experience during my internship. Hope you have fun with it, too.

Here is our photo together.

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