I remember that when I first signed up on ACC, I was really confused. So confused, in fact, that I stopped using it for like 6 months. When I came back, I was patient enough to learn everything. Now that I'm a Scout, I can help people who were in the same position as I was, since I know how frustrating it can be to not know how to do things.
I think the most rewarding thing for me is knowing that I have a role in ensuring the site is enjoyable for everyone. I also enjoy the interaction with some members of the community while handling the various duties of a Mod.
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I really enjoy having the chance to give back to the community and helping to keep the site safe and enjoyable. To be honest, I also really like the interaction with the other members of Staff, it's a fun group to be part of.
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i can't believe that none of you said "All of THIS and THAT you can eat".
OK, I think the most rewarding part for me is just being part of the great team that runs ACC. it's not everyday that you get to work with a bunch of people so dedicated to do something like this, and all in their own time, all completely voluntarily. it really makes it worthwhile.
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The most rewarding thing about being a Scout? I would have to say that giving back to the community that has been helpful and here for me for over the past five years would be the most rewarding thing to me.
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Hah, just kidding...when I was a Scout, I LOVED seeing my adoptees become Staff members. It was great seeing people I'd met right when they first joined really integrating themselves into the community after my help.
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*pretending there's a researcher option in the question*
The most rewarding part of being a researcher is seeing something added to the site that wouldn't have happened without you. As a researcher, you spend a lot of time working on ideas you know won't happen for years at best. It can get very demoralizing at times. It's so exciting when something you worked on a lot actually becomes a part of ACC. That's especially true for if you write a guide.
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