When I worked, the objectives were to complete the tasks given to me, this is valuable to my future because I gain experience on how to work and not depending on anyone to get money. Through out the job at the boardwalk I would have to wait in the break room and wait until they gave me a ride to go to, and depending whether or not I worked in the morning or afternoon, I would have to open and start the ride and clean around the premise before I actually opened the ride, if I was in the afternoon I would, take over for the person clocking out, and I would just continue operating the ride, I would have to collect e-tickets by scanning wristbands and cards, I would also check that the customers were securely strapped and start the ride. The only ride I learned how to work was the Merry-Go-Round which was kind or boring cause I was mostly kids going on the ride, but then I just got use to it. The two slos I showed was being a self-directed learner who communicates effectively by showing the upper staff that I could work by myself and doing a great job. I also showed mastering skills needed in career and college because I showed myself that I could work independently, and now I know what its like to work.