Cooking for kids and thier parents.
Pros: free breakfast and lunch, and 2 breaks.
Cons: i only worked 4 hours a day and 4 days a week.
Show up to work, start breakfast; which includes lunch prep, setting tables with plates and cups, setting up chairs, and hand washing and drying dishes. Lunch time, resetting tables and chairs, snack prep, wash dishes, put up chairs, clean floors, clean bathroom, next day breakfast prep, and dishes. I am now faster and able to prep smarter. I've learned – more... how to cook vegetables, and know how to store cooked food. I loved working with my co-workers, everyone was very friendly and willing to help if I needed it. The hardest thing I had problems with was staying in a very tight time frame. Each class had had 5 minutes between them to clean tables and serve food. I loved working with the kids!! They all knew me by name and would tell me "Thank you, miss Jenny. We loved your cooking!"! The sweetest kids! – less