Billed medical claims for patients of an Internist
Executive Assistant to CEO (Current Employee) – Camden, ME – July 19, 2016
Fast-paced office. Co-workers were helpful, dedicated and delightful.
I learned more about overall medical billing, as well as day-to-day office operations. Hardest part of the job was billing 100 medical claims per day. Most enjoyable part of the job was assisting the doctors.
Intern (Current Employee) – Toledo, OH – July 26, 2014
Interning with Big Brothers Big Sisters, I have gained invaluable experience. I have had the opportunity to plan a fundraising event with McDonald's, conduct match meetings, contact clients for match support and type up assessments on clientele. The staff is very helpful and have a passion for what they do. Interning with Big Brothers Big Sisters has truly opened my eyes to what others in my community experience and knowing that I am helping them and making an impact is a job well done in my book.
Big Sister (Former Employee) – High Point, NC – March 11, 2013
Every Friday I visit my little sister and spend time with her, whether it is playing games, helping with her school work, and giving her someone to open up to. It has been a great experience to be involved with the community where I attend college. It is a great feeling knowing I'm helping her and impacting her life greatly. I enjoy her teacher, as well as her classmates. I feel very welcomed and I feel like the other students look up to me.
knowing i am impacting my littles life
unfortunately going to have to leave her when i graduate
VISTA- Enrollments and Matching Specialist (Former Employee) – Decatur, IL – May 21, 2013
This was my first job out of college and I started as VISTA through Americorps. This experience taught me about the professional world, opened my eyes to the social service world and the high-risk population that it serves. It taught me about working with others, talking with both parents and adults and built confidence as being a case manager.
great networking source and starting point for social service
General Assistant (Former Employee) – Saint Cloud, MN – May 24, 2013
Make copies, assemble packets within days that are assigned with projects. A typical day would be slow with no projects, at least one or two projects on a typical day. I learnt how to use the laser copy machine and how to scan-print files. Also learnt how to use Excel and MS more often. Co-workers are very nice and flexible. Hardest part of the job was to start conversation with co-workers. Most enjoyable part of the job was making copies, assembling packets and organizing, etc.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Decatur, IL – July 12, 2012
Overall my job at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Illinois was amazing. It was the best job that i have ever had. Unfortunately working there requires alot of education that i didn't have. Even though i could do the work, I still wasn't treated as fair as I thought i should have been.
good work environment, friendly people, good hours
Great way to contribute to the community and help those who dont have a big brother figure in thier lives
Volunteer Mentor (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 21, 2012
I learned alot about how under represented our youth is in San Diego, and how much a few hours of your day can make a big impact. When me and my lilttle brother go hang out i can see his social skills improving and his confidence has definitely increased as well.
you fell like you have done something good at the end of the day
Mentor (Former Employee) – Manchester, CT – July 2, 2012
I volunteered for BBBS in Connecticut for over 6 months. This company was always responsive to my needs and suggestions. They connected me with an awesome little girl who was a perfect match for me. The hardest part of this position was having to send her back to her family each day I spent with her. I loved teaching her new things, and being a part of her growing up process.
I learned not only an extraordinary amount about children in need but also myself. With this organization I realized my adoration of nonprofit organizations and what they mean to people in need. This human resource is excellent in aiding children of harsh backgrounds and mentoring them to rise higher than the building trend.
Clerical Assistant (Former Employee) – Bartlesville, OK – October 1, 2013
Truly enjoyed working for a non-profit organization such as Big Brothers Big Sisters. This was a Temp Position & was only there a short period of time to help get through their busy time of helping with receiving pledges, entering them into the system, balancing, and making deposits. It was a short but great experience to see how a non-profit organization works.
Big Brothers Big Sisters was an easy workplace, my boss was great, my co-workers were always nice and helpful, I learned how to stay organized and re-label files and put them where they needed to go so they could be found easily. The hardest part of my job was making sure nothing got lost and if so finding out where it went.
Match support specialist (Former Employee) – Show Low, AZ – November 28, 2012
Typical day was putting together programs for kids after school. I matched them with there Big which was typically a high school student and they would meet once a week and spend time together, weather it be after school or doing something on weekend which i would plan and put together for them.
Internship/Volunteer (Current Employee) – Lincoln, NE – April 20, 2014
oAssisted with and participated in group activities oDeveloped a one on one relationship with a youth by offering consistency, encouragement, and role modeling oMonitored youth during activities oTutored ages 9 and assisted with homework assignments oTo fulfill the time and contact requirement or either the community of school programs
camp counselor, lifeguarding, and volunteering (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 20, 2014
I participated in Big Brother Big Sister in North Philadelphia for one full school term. I found that being a positive outlet for children can be very rewarding. Working with inner city children can be challenging at times, but the overall is experience is something I will treasure.
School-Based Match Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – August 5, 2014
The meaning and values of the agency reflect in its work. It showed that many people were aware of the good happening in the city because of this agency. I had a long commute, that made it difficult to keep up with everything work-wise and at home.
Mentor to several students (Former Employee) – North Chicago, IL – October 12, 2012
Being able to mentor a child and know that you are making a difference is one of the best feelings. These kids came from less fortunate families, so to be able to make a difference even when it is only once a week is something I will always remember.