Intern Diaries: What I learned in Brighton
- 11th October 2018
- Posted by: Louise Elali
- Category: Interns
Our Intern Diaries series comes to a close, as Daniele de Rosa’s month in Brighton has ended and he has returned to Italy. However, before he left, he created one last comic strip for us, and it’s about what he learned in his time with us.
In one month, a lot happened to him: Daniele improved his English, learned about English culture and started to develop a work ethic. Not too shabby for a one-month work placement. We are very proud of Daniele for learning so much in so little time!
Check out the very last Intern Diaries comic strip:
If the picture makes for difficult reading, here is the text, scene by scene:
Scene 1: Living a month in Brighton has been important for many reasons.
Scene 2: The first and perhaps most important is that it helped me to improve my English.
Scene 3: Work was also fundamental to me, it has made me a much more responsible person.
Scene 4: And I met another culture, completely different from mine. That was good.
We will miss you and your drawings, Daniele! We are certain your future will be very bright and colorful – just like your drawings. Good luck!