If I had to choose what kind of sandwich I was, it would probably be PB&J. Mainly because I was in a rush when I wrote this, but it’s still going to somehow (hopefully) turn out well.
Seriously though, I really had no idea what to expect when I first got to Bozell. I had never lived, or even spent much time, in a city before and now I was suddenly going to be spending most of my summer in a city that’s a little more than 400x bigger than the one I grew up in. Hell, I had never even had a full-time job before. And now my first real job experience was going to come two states away in a place I had never even been to. Even if 10 weeks isn’t a very long time, it’s still easy to see why I was nervous. Luckily, the transition has been as smooth as I could’ve hoped for, and the staff at Bozell is a big reason why.
Make no mistake, the staff expects a lot from you. I’ve definitely been put to work, and there’s been times where I’ve had a lot on my plate. As a result, every now and again, I’ve gotten a bit overwhelmed or frustrated with what I was doing. It happens to the best of us, but what’s made things easier is the fact that the Bozell staff has been so willing to help me out with pretty much anything that I need. Whether it’s helping with a project, giving feedback, or just answering any of the (numerous) dumb questions I have, everyone here has been more than willing to help me and with smiles on their faces. They really can make complicated work seem as simple as making a PB&J sandwich.
Oh, and the food. Good lord, there’s so much food here.