Government Energy Program Manager (Former Employee) – San Juan, PR – September 25, 2015
good technical exposure and content-- provided with added responsabilities--solo work-- too bureaucratic and unflexible-- manage federal budget and compliance with agency guidelines-advancement based on political affiliations-
good exposure to federal budget management and guidelines compliance
decisions based on outside interests-no performance based promotions
Production Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles – June 7, 2015
My typical day on set includes unloading the production truck and setting up tents, chairs and tables for the production office, makeup, hair and wardrobe department. Also, set up a crafty table and make coffee for the cast and crew. Listen to instructions coming from the 1st and 2nd AD's and maintain lock down during filming. Everyone is delightful to work with even after 12 hours on set. I volunteered my time to help out with their thesis for American Film Institute and it was a great learning experience.
Art Department Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, California – March 26, 2014
My main responsibility was to help paint, stain, and texture the set for an underground tunnel scene. I loved learning the new techniques because I had never worked in the art department before. The hours were long, but it was so much fun working with the crew.
Housing Counselor (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 6, 2014
This was my "I'm going to change the world job". I worked here during the housing crash and foreclosure did not discriminate. I loved helping people do whatever they could to save their homes. The best part of this job for me was speaking to homeowners that were in trouble, I felt it was more of a counseling job. Not only did I help people save their homes but I found my own self-worth.