In The Lab with Abdul Hauwawu
Abdul Hauwawu joined the “People Of The Lab” in 2019 as a Corper through the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) program.
The NYSC program is for 12 months but due to the COVID-19 Pandemic she spent 6 months at the Lab
What did you do at the Lab?
I was the “face of the company” as we like to call it at the Lab – the front desk officer. As the front desk officer I learned about accounting in ways l never knew accounting. The first 2 weeks was somewhat slow going through the induction, reading the culture book, and just looking at the ceiling.
And when the induction was over, they made the transition enjoyable and l realized the importance of the induction when work began.
I was paired to a mentor who l report to: she pointed out my errors and was always available to guide me.
It was helpful having someone you could ask a million questions and be open about your flaws and get praised for your little wins.
Overall, Everyone I worked alongside were all genuinely passionate and were always willing to give a helping hand whenever I was stumped.
I sincerely thank everyone at the Lab for giving me an incredible experience though it was short due to COVID- 19.
What was your biggest challenge?
Proximity to get lunch was my only challenge.
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