Crutching My Way to Victory, The Final Chapter

As I headed into my last day of working for Chef’d, I did not know what to think. Had I done enough? Was my boss pleased with my work? Will they remember me? So many different nervous questions flew through my head. But, as I settled in, said good morning to everyone, and began to work, my boss came over. He asked if could talk a little bit to see how everything was going and to conclude. And of course, I was a little nervous when he said this because I wasn’t sure how well I had done  the past 2 weeks. However, as soon as I went into his office, and we began to talk, it reminded me of how great the environmental at Chef’d was, and how nice he was as a mentor. It was a very nice final moment with him, because he answered all the unanswered questions that I had, as well as gave me advice for college and for life.

Besides the questions and answers that were thrown back and forth in that meeting, we discussed the project that I had been working on, and what I could do to close it. I can honestly say I’m happy with the work I completed during my time at Chef’d. I did A LOT of research, but most of it could lead to benefiting the company. I  also learned what it would be like to have that type of job, and I don’t really think it’s my thing. Besides learning about the business, and helping out a bit, I also made some good connections that I hope to stay in contact with, because they are some really cool people. Overall, I believe it was a great learning experience, and I believe it’ll help me in the future in many different ways.

Thank you all for your time,

Reese A, signing out.

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