One piece of advice I would share about this experience is to not stress out or feel unsure of what you are doing. Some tasks I was given were very simple and straight forward, while others required a lot of thinking on my part, or even some additional training. You shouldn't be afraid to go to your supervisor or another coworker for help if you are unsure of something. Personally, I knew very little about what traffic engineers did going into this job, but I was able to pick up on a lot of it very quickly. I am grateful for this experience as it has taught me technical skills with AutoCAD and other programs, as well as how to be creative and use my talents to come up with more efficient methods for completing tasks.