I feel that I am the best candidate for the World's Greatest Internship because the perspective I bring to the room is one which is humble, ready to listen, learn, and get things done. I believe that my skillset is important, not only because of my design sensibility, which demonstrates my understanding for digital media and printed media to be successful, but also because of my soft skills. While in school I had three jobs; Resident Advisor for New School Housing, Designer for Parsons Art, Media, and Technology, and a Research Assistant for Pascal Glissmann's Phaistos Project. I worked with Parsons for more than half of my college education as a designer and was an Resident Advisor for three years. These two positions alone have given me invaluable skills which would be very beneficial to the companies I will be collaborating with while I am a part of the World's Greatest Internship. As an RA, I gained the abilities to be flexible with situations and be assertive in group settings. The RA position was very uncertain as to what may happen day to day, things were always changing and coming up so I had to learn to be flexible. So whether I was working on programming for an event with a co-RA, responding to concerns from residents, scheduling meetings, there were always multiple tasks in rotation. The RA position invited me to learn a lot and to utilize many different skillsets. I used my design sensibility for flyers for programming, became more team player oriented through program collaboration, and become proficient in conflict management through roommate conflict mediation. I feel that my experience has seasoned me for the challenge that is ahead of me should I be selected for WIG. I continually go back to calling myself a learner and think that someone who has the skills & experiences, yet is hungry to continue growing would be refreshing for all the companies I will work with during WGI.