What I liked
What I loved most is a combination of two things, the corporate culture of Boeing and the beautiful scenery in Washington. I worked in the Supply Chain Finance Department. It was a new experience for me because I never worked for a company like Boeing and I never been to Seattle. It was so many outdoor activities to do, the weather was perfect, and every day my manager, Hal Sullivan, would ask me what new adventure I went on every Monday morning. It was really a privilege working for Boeing and being a part of a team that genuinely cared about putting me into a position to excel. Any time I needed help or asked questions they made sure to give me intelligent responses or direct me to someone who could. I took it upon myself to conduct informational interviews with leaders from different departments so I could be more well versed in what I do and to see if I could help solve cross-functional problems. But overall it was a great experience and the only discouraging part came in August when i had to say goodbye to my team. I wrote a letter thanking everyone in my department and the individuals who inspired me along the way during my internship. They offered me a second internship and hopefully I'll be placed there again.