Adam B. Blog post
Every six months the old interns graduate in the new interns step into play and do their best at trying to fill in the shoes that were left behind for them. New semesters bring new interns, new dog trainers, new plans, new emotions and best of all, some change, which is always good. The interns Adam, Dan and Luke are ready and happy to give it a shot as the new Dog Corps interns. It takes a lot of work and patience to work with the dogs and these are all things that the interns have already begun to practice while being in Dog Corps and now is the time where they get to put it to the test. These are even more suddenly than they would have hoped as Rita the program director and head of Dog Corps took an extended vacation for three weeks and has left the new Dog Corps interns in charge of things. They have taken the responsibility with open arms and are determined to do the best job they possibly can. The truth is it usually takes the new interns until almost the end of the semester to get fully used to the routine of being the intern and the schedule of what goes on in Dog Corps. However, the entire thing is an amazing learning experience and a great preparation for what lies ahead in terms of being responsible and future occupations and ways in which to deal with situations that come up that aren’t necessarily planned. Bottom line is that all of the new interns are very grateful for this opportunity and will do their very best. As for the rest of Dog Corps, we can only wait and see how this new batch of interns does and exactly how well they fill in and how much they are able to produce and not only produce, but produce efficiently.