We are grateful this summer to have a group of interns working at the DOGA office. They organised the DOGA historical archives by photographing and re-arranging the old records, and also updated the alumnae database by contacting old girls on the phone when necessary. The interns found this work experience "eye-opening", "rewarding" and "treasurable" as they not only had the chance to learn and improve their administrative skills, but also the opportunity "to enrich their understanding of the school history" which resulted "an increased sense of belonging". In addition, we are happy to hear that these aspiring career young ladies found the sharing from the alumnae they have met this summer insightful and educational. DOGA would like to thank them for their valuable assistance as it was a beneficial engagement for both DOGA and the students.