Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Woodbridge, VA – March 21, 2012
When I was employed at Target I wasn't properly trained and was expected to do things I had no knowledge of. It was stressful at times but the staff made it easy everyone was willing to lend a helping hand when needed.
Volunteer/ Mentor (Former Employee), Petersburg, VA – September 15, 2014
I volunteered at The Boys and Girls Club for a couple of months, and I must say I have never had so much fun. I love children and it was great meeting so many different personalities and forming bonds with the kids.
Youth Facilitator (Former Employee), Denver, CO – September 14, 2014
Do different classes like art, Spanish, soccer, cooking etc. Take children to different educational field trips. Also was a gym teacher just doing different sports and supervising the children. I learned how to control and be productive. Worked with some very amazing and passionate people that love children. The most enjoyable part of my job would have – more... to be that a lot of kids looked up to me and saw me as a role model. Being able to give kids advice and change their lives for the better and keeping them out of trouble is a really great feeling. – less
Boys and Girls Club Volunteer (Former Employee), Clovis, CA – September 12, 2014
I liked working with kids ages 6-18 however it was really unorganized. The club lets the kids come and go as they please and they can do whatever they want. Their wasn't much structure, besides the opportunity to do art or join clubs they provided. I felt most of the time they just ran wild and it was hard to control them. It was freedom, but i feel – more... too much and they needed to have more structure throughout the day. – less
ADMIN ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Oakland, CA – September 12, 2014
Pros: meeting new people
Cons: no benefits
Everyday at work i spent the first hour in a meeting with my supervisor. After i complete all my task i put together new programs for kids and make sure all departments are running correctly. I learned how to multi-task, be patient, teach others and lead by example. My co-workers were the best because there was so much life in one building. We were – more... all a family and wanted to do better together. The hardest part of my job was having to let go when i decided to leave. being attached to so many children can be hard at times. The best part about my job was t hat there was something new happening every day and it was never boring. – less
After-School Program Lead (Former Employee), Oxnard, Ca – September 8, 2014
Pros: making a difference
Cons: limited opportunities for expansion
After School Program at Rio Del Valle Middle School in Oxnard, CA was a great experience. A wonderful way to provide community service, especially "at risk" youth. Each day consisted on mentoring, tutoring and leading effective enrichment programs. I learned how much need there is in the community and that I was able to make a big difference socially – more... and academically. – less
I am now a licesone bachlors level SW in sate of KY
Social Work Intern (Former Employee), Glasgow, KY – September 8, 2014
. I also worked for Olan Mills Photography as a sales associate. I do have a bachelor’s degree in Social work from Western Kentucky University. I completed my social work internship with The Boys and Girls Club in Glasgow Kentucky where I excelled in fundraising. Thank
Secretary/Data Entry (Current Employee), north little rock, ar – August 29, 2014
I really like working here there are some ups and downs at any job. The unit directer is pretty fun she comes up with a lot of things for the children to do. I just make sure everything goes as planned.
Volunteer (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – August 27, 2014
Everyone is there for a purpose. Working accordingly and together is how this franchise works. By helping the children with time management by dividing when to do homework and when to play. Instilling the work ethic early so as children they are more committed to being goal orientated than later in life. The best part of it all was just seeing the smiles – more... of the children once they accomplished something. – less