By Abby Tso
(Native American Community Academy Intern)
How would I describe my time at my internship? I know many people who hate their internship and just try to make the time there go faster. Your internship is only boring if you make it boring. I don’t see my internship like that at all it’s been a joy for me to come in and see all of the staff here at CSVANW. I couldn’t have asked for a better internship as I sit here thinking about my internship I realised that I have always liked coming here it wasn’t a chore for me to come here, even if I couldn’t make it sometimes my supervisor has always been able to help me and work around my schedule if need be I am very grateful to them.
A lot of people I know would say they “work” at their internships but I would say I get to write blogs and help bring awareness about topics I’m passionate about. I will always remember this place when i look back on my life or when i look on my resume, no i’m kidding this place was more than just an internship it was an experience, there are a lot of experiences in your life and i would like to think this was a good one. As i move on into the next stage of my life i thank CSVANW for having a lot of opportunities for me to learn and grow as a person and to meet new people. I Also thank them for giving me a place to work, Give me input, Make my voice heard and give me a safe place to be myself, i hope one day i can come back either as a visitor or as an intern once again.
CSVANW is honored to have spent time and space with Abby!! Here are some of her amazing meme contributions from her internship with us!