I've been a CA (Community Assistant), same thing as an RA (Resident Assistant) since my junior year of college. I'm now a graduate-level CA, but have many of the same responsibilities as an undergrad one. Checking people in and key distribution at move in, room inspections, floor meetings, on-call nights, office hours, etc. However, one of my favorite things about the job is making bulletin boards every month. I've previously shared some boards here and here.
This year, I have a board that's 5" wide and 4" tall. The normal boards are 4" and 3" high, so figuring out how to cover the larger board is always an interesting task, but I try to make it work (even if I do have to stand on a chair to do so. My boss doesn't care, so long as it gets the job done). So, I present to you, my bulletin boards. This is what I do during office hours when I'm not writing out hundreds of flash cards.
|The first large bulletin board of the year.|
|I also make door tags every month for my residents.|
|120+ Pokemon hand-cut out for a border. Sometimes I have issues.|
And sometimes it scars childhood memories of Pokemon.
|Probably one of my favorite boards that I've ever done. It took forever,|
but so worth it. Each clue has a dollar value, answer, question, and
extra details about the answer/question.