The atmosphere - Working at one of the oldest buildings in the city just feels amazing. It is a maze at first, but walking around the building is one of the coolest parts of this job. To have the ability to see old artifacts makes you feel like you are actually representing something important.
The employees- Everyone there is friendly. Sometimes when I had a rough or stressful day I would leave the office and go around the building and talk to people and ask how their day was. It usually ended with laughs and interesting stories.
What I wish was different
The learning curve - The League has hundreds of employees, multiple locations and thousands of members. The IT Department though, only has a couple of employees. IT is the backbone of modern companies, and since there are only a few IT people who monitor the entire company, I usually had to learn many things "on the fly" or I had one or two tutorials before it became hectic. I cannot complain since I learned a lot because of this, but it would have been nice if I had a dedicated senior employee who would have helped me on some tasks.
Be social! Its daunting at first because there are hundreds of employees, but everyone there is willing to help, even if they are not part of your department.
Do not be afraid and have a voice! Since the League is growing constantly, the CIO is willing to listen to new applications and processes that can oversee its multiple locations (with some evidence, off course). She was the one who taught me that even though I am an intern, I am still an employee of the company, and I should voice my opinions if needed.