I loved the people that I worked with. I also loved giving tours and assistance to incoming students.
What I wish was different
I wish that I had scheduled my hours differently so I wasn't burnt out.
For me, it was my first real paying job. It wasn't much money, but it gave me experience that I can use in the workplace. It allowed me to hone my communication skills, which is crucial in a business environment. For anyone looking for a position that's going to be your first real job, the best advice I can give is to make a good impression. You might be in that position for a few months or years, or you might be in that position until the day you retire. Either way, the first few months are vital for making a good impression and having future contacts down the road.