Global Challenge Morocco, Final blog
My final 2 weeks started with somewhat of a disaster. I managed to spend Tuesday evening in a Moroccan fracture clinic. A post work food shop turned into a particularly nasty fall, which then in turn lead to my return home at 9 0’clock with my right leg up to the knee in plaster. I had to spend the next week sat in my apartment popping pills, with my leg propped up on cushions. A rather bleak existence. Showering became a lengthy process as did moving around the apartment in any form given for the first few days I had to hop.
Week 5 got off to a great start with a follow up invitation from our Starbucks soiree! We were invited to have tour at the house of one of the staff Ahmed one evening. We are arrived to a huge table full of the most amazing home made food and drinks. We met all of his family and spent a rather long evening discussing the contrasts of the UK and Morocco as everything was translated round the table from English to French to Arabic and vice versa.
As the end of my internship is quickly approaching I get more and more interested in the work of the HR department at GSK. These two weeks have been busier as I had to complete my final projects and ensure that everything is done correctly. I have been spending most of my time together with the other interns and they have been busy too. The HR dashboard is actually starting to look very good and I am proud of what I have done with it. It was hard to start at first but now I got more confident with it. Working on the dashboard allowed me to develop my Excel and overall IT skills and my organization and communication skills.