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Week 11 & Week 12

The last two weeks are the busiest weeks to me because since my internship program is near the end, I need to complete all the tasks before leaving. During this period, my main task is to prepare an intern farewell event during the last time to chairman, CEO, Director and all the senior general managers of my company. It is also a ceremony to send off us. Besides, I am given a task to write a report of learning experience within the internship program to my company’s supervisor, finding the information of competitor’s make-up classe, explore myself in working process of warehouse working, attend GST workshop and take part in DWMY Friends & Family Day.

Interns Farewell Event Our company hopes that there is a session for all of us to enjoy before ending the internship program, so that we are informed to organize interns’ farewell event with all the other interns from different department during the last day. Therefore, it is the only opportunity for me to work with all interns during my internship program. Due to the limited time of preparation, all of us keep discussing to come out the idea in doing it well. We prepare the decoration, invitation card, performance, video together. It is a task that needs the cooperation of each of us to complete. From the process of preparation, I learn how to dealing some matter with the superior, how to communicate with people and how to work in a team. Although it is very tired, it is the most interesting and memorable event to me in my life. I really appreciate the moment with all the colleagues during my internship period.

Report: Learning Experience
The objective of doing this report is to express my learning experience and my reflection to my supervisors as well as my department. From writing learning experience, I can reflect myself on the project I done through the whole internship.…...

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