My internship to date has been an incredible experience. No task has been identical, nor day the same. I’ve had the opportunity to work on a variety of projects for a variety of clients. Email marketing, social media, media relations, sports organizations, non-profits and professional organizations — you name it, I’ve done it. Some projects have been difficult and time consuming — others, a breeze. Not surprisingly, the ease in which I completed a task has been largely corollary to my experience in the area. Nonetheless, I’ve still managed to do everything I’ve been asked:
Create a clip report in Excel? No problem.
Draft a few tweets? Got ya.
Research professional publications? Sure.
Draft a press release? I’ll have it on your desk tomorrow.
That is, until recently:
Edit the document in Dreamweaver? Umm…
Spurred on by my lack of coding and web page design experience I’m now taking an online html coding course at Shelton State Community College. With a few weeks of html training and coursework under my belt, I am hopeful that Adobe Dreamweaver won’t be so intimidating.
Never stop learning, even if means taking a few online courses.