As a resident assistant it was my job to build a community in Wentz Hall. I acted as a resource and a friend to my residents who, for the most part, were knew to College. I developed communication skills by getting connected with residents who all had their own unique personalities. This diversified my way of assessing situations and how I executed in following up from these situations. I also gained great leadership qualities from being responsible for 32 different residents, as well as a total of 238 residents in Wentz Hall alone. Each resident has their own set of wants and needs, so I have learned how to best accommodate them by getting to know them on a more personal level. This job, overall, has made me a more well-rounded individual, determined to great things for the future.