One experience I will on no occasion forget is my senior class project which was an internship in Rhode Island Hospital with Dr. Marc Goldman a neuron surgeon. For the project I had pick an internship that had to do with what I wanted to do in the future. I had to contact the people I wanted to shadow, even though Dr. Marc Goldman was a hard person to reach to I made it happen. I would call Dr. Goldman’s secretary almost every day, send emails to see if he had time so I can intern with him, until it finally happened. In this internship would have to schedule every time I would have my literacy class and instead of going to class I would go to my internship in his office, or the operating room. I had to shadow him two times a week, and would attend his brain surgeries every Wednesday. I had the chance to watch brain and spinal surgeries, every time I would go in the surgery room I had to wear scrubs, and a mask to keep the room sterile. The feeling of me being in that room is indescribable, probably like the feeling kids get on Christmas morning. For me this experience was one in a life time, I felt great to be there. Not only did he give me the chance to shadow him and attend his surgeries, but he also gave me advice for my future he inspire me to work hard. It makes me feel static to say that I have worked with a great person like Dr. Marc Goldman.