I am Joe Huang, a Taiwanese student from Taipei on the Associate Degree Program at the Hubbard College of Administration (HCA), Los Angeles, CA. By doing the “How to Get Along with Others” apprenticeship, I find that I‘ve gotten an advanced understanding of how to get along with others. It is wonderful to experience the truth of something suggested in my course materials: One can discover what one doesn’t understand or doesn’t fully understand by doing an apprenticeship. I did this apprenticeship in a school for my career education. I worked with a child who was creating antagonism with his sister. My apprenticeship consisted of helping him to recognize and understand how antagonism is created and how to re-establish good relations with his sister. In summary, I needed to help him solve his difficulties in getting along with others. To help him I had to apply all the tools from this course, including helping him look up words in the dictionary and make sentences with them, having him give me examples and demonstrations of what he had read so that I could see that he had correct understandings, etc. Actually, what impressed me most was the way I prepared him to reconcile his relationship with his sister. I helped him work out what type of problem was being created with her and then what specific tool could be used to remedy that. Also, I drilled him in the use of the solution until he felt confident that he could apply it successfully. Lastly, I had him apply the solution right away with his sister. He really had to work at doing what we had practiced. In the end, the solution worked and I was proud of him. Although I didn’t have the problem of getting along with another, going through those steps with him was a very special experience because I felt that I gained as much or more than he did. From this apprenticeship, I gained confidence in myself and in my ability to coach anyone to get along with others. To sum up, now I really understand why it is so important to do apprenticeships. They help one to fully understand what one has studied or learned. It was the most practical assignment that I’ve ever done. Hubbard College of Administration is a self-paced business school that offers an exceptional business administration curriculum, unique learning technology, life-changing apprenticeships and internships, assistance with job placement and a lifetime warranty for students. I am currently on the “Handling the Ups and Downs in Life” apprenticeship.