My internship at the sea
After one year of preparation, a desk full of documents, a delayed flight, and a four-hour conversation with the American police at the airport, my internship of three months at the school “GERMAN SCHOOL campus” in Newport Beach finally started…
So what can I say after one month? The effort is worth it! In these four weeks, I have met diligent students and parents, a great and extensive program school as well as a hard-working director who always has an open door and gets support from her entire family.
I was particularly impressed by the Scout Fair at the lake with hundreds of families, the great cooperation with the neighboring sailing school, and a visit to the Science Center right at the Back Bay of the Pacific.
Despite a number of tasks, I have the opportunity to work creatively and independently. In addition to the work on promotion, the preparation of lessons, event planning, and one-to-one conversations with schools, the internship provides a great insight into the American way of working.
Until the school year ends we still have so much work to do and time goes by so fast, but I am really looking forward to it…