Volunteer Work (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – February 13, 2017
As i arrive to the Club i am always greeted with the brightest smiles. I am help the 1st graders with their homework, I even teach them new techniques with math to help them understand it a little better. I passed out the lunches, then its recess and as we wait for the parents to pick them out we play trivia.
Program Aide (Former Employee) – Brooksville, FL 34602 – January 25, 2017
Overall I enjoyed working with children, I enjoyed being around them, helping anyway I can. I enjoyed the different ages, backgrounds, and the culture. I learned a lot about myself and how children should be taught and spoken too. I really enjoyed what I did very well. It was fun, and I learned a lot.
customer service to ensure guests satisfaction (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – January 6, 2017
Boys 7 Girls Club is a place of business where kids com to learn sports, education, and healthy habits. This is one of the best experiences I've ever been through. Its a great place to stay in shape and shape kids future with confidence and knowledge.
Computer Room Assistant (Former Employee) – Albany, OR – November 15, 2016
my typical day was fun but light work. I learned how to keep track of time cards for the computers and fill them out. My co workers were great I enjoyed working with them. the hardest part of the job was waiting for the children to ask for or need help. The part I enjoyed the most was definitely keeping track of the time cards.
Great place to work. Provided great opportunities and examples of leadership
South Unit Director of Education (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 26, 2017
An excellent place to work. Provides experiences and opportunities to grow in your career and on a personal level. There is consistent training and mentoring opportunities for any professional. A great place to foster a rewarding career.
Could be a great place to work and place for the kids to grow
Membership Coordinator (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 14, 2017
This was a job that I saw and still see a good place to grow for the kids and the staff and if given all the right tools a great place to improve on oneself. It needs a lot of change within but over time it will be great again.
Site Coordinator (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – October 21, 2016
A typical day at the Boy's and Girl's Club included , Organizing and coordinating members programs, Maintaining members safety and attendance, working directly with school staff and maintaining a healthy rapport with members and families, Delegating responsibilities to staff, and preparing and submitting monthly reports. I learned a host of necessary skills working with The Boy's and Girl's Club and the most enjoyable part of my job was meeting goals and working with families and members.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Chatsworth, GA – December 2, 2016
It's a very wonderful job. I couldn't ask to work with better staff and have better bosses. The hours are short during the work day though and I'm just not getting enough and that means not a lot of money either. The job is only part time, but I'm needed something full time with finishing school.
Counselor & Power Hour Coordinator (Current Employee) – Sarasota, FL – January 23, 2017
it's fun working with the kids, you never know what to expect them. i think it good knowing that with working with the kids you could potentially be a person that is a huge influence on a child's life.
working with the kids
only offers full time during the summer so you won't have many hours throughout the year
Assistant Director of School #7 (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – December 28, 2016
serve children and youth of all ages, and encompass a broad range of focus areas including academic support, mentoring, youth development, arts, and sports and recreation Homework, filed trips, daily activities, managing a group of staff and 100 kids.
Assistant Athletic Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – Canyon Country, CA – January 12, 2017
As a former club member, it was great to come back and give to an organization that helped me become who I am today. I enjoyed connecting with all the kids that attended through sports, recreational games and other activities. All of my coworkers were great, all getting along.
Area Director (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 31, 2016
Not a good place to work, constantly in budget crisis. In addition, there is conclusion by upper management to phase out educated minorities. Therefore the high end salaries are reserved for the CEO, CFO, Vice President of Youth Development and Human Resources.
Working with young people
Low salaries, no opportunity for growth, no respect or loyatly
Junior Staff (Former Employee) – San Gabriel, CA – December 19, 2016
-Easy to learn on the job type of workplace -Communication is great between workers -Working with children from preschoolers to teens -Clean environment -Nothing too hard to do except education subjects that students may ask you to assist them on -Friendly place except for some demanding co-workers
Working here was great! Being around the different types of kids i met was great. The staff were very family orientated,seeing how much i made a impact of those kids made it that much better working there.There was really no hardest part to this job.
Assistant Program Director and Teen Supervisor (Former Employee) – Adrian, MI – November 21, 2016
Boys and girls Club haves a great mission. The club gives young kids an opportunity to grow, have fun, and be in a safe environment.However management was an issue for me. There was a lot of favoritism with in the different clubs that effected the work environment that eventually trickled down to the members.
Library Assistant (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – October 17, 2016
I learned the responsibility to help children with their school work. I learned how to communicate with others more often now, and learned how to talk to adults more frequently. I helped clean up things after the children left. Learned how to take the responsibility in having a job that i could work with others. My co-workers and management were all very nice and respectful people.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 9, 2017
As a volunteer there is not much to do unless you are told to do it by the staff. Main duties were to watch the children as they play or do homework. Tutoring time was very limited. It was nice working with children but personally I would have liked to tutor more instead of feeling like a babysitter during their free time.
Boys and Girls Club Volunteer (Former Employee) – Akron, OH – December 19, 2016
a typical day at work is just like hanging around your friends and and making money at the same time i learned how make friends easier co workers were easy to get along with there was no hard part everything about the job was enjoyable
Youth Development Specialist (Former Employee) – El Centro, CA – December 14, 2016
From my experience, the workplace seemed to be understaffed and underpaid for the work and service that they provided to the community, but the Boys and Girls Club was a necessity for the children and parents of the community. I have mixed feelings about the company but they do provide a valuable service.
Youth Development Counselor (Current Employee) – Clifton, NJ – November 3, 2016
I have only been in this company for 2 years. I have experienced and learned a lot on the job. I have connected with many of the children, and continue to grow those relationships. I find the Boys & Girls Club a very warm, and safe environment for children. We help with homework, disciplinary issues, and ensure they succeed in their goals. I love being able to walk into the building, having the children greet me with hugs and endless stories. I have learned that children have vast personalities. Of which, we need to address. The hardest part of the job, personally, is seeing a child who receives little to no attention from home. I believe it is my job here, to create a "second home" for those children. I enjoy working here very much.
Flexible schedules, going on field trips, activities