Pros: free room and board, free meal plan, easy to build relationships with residents
Cons: hard to deal with situations on duty sometimes
Working here has been a great experience. My co-workers are fantastic people and a great support system, and every day I have learned something new about the job or about myself and how far I have come professionally and personally. The hardest part of the job is learning about crisis management, especially with first-hand experiences that you go through while on duty rotations. But, it is worth it to get to form the kind of relationships I have formed.