Assist elderly neighbors (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 14, 2016
I was a college program for students trying to get the fill for college. everyday was different activities with a lesson. i learned about fast food products , music from a different country. The most enjoyable part was connecting with new people.
Children always light up a room with their smiles!
Assistant Teacher (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – April 20, 2016
A typical day at CSC involves teachers, children, parents, bus drivers, speech therapists, IEP meetings, physical therapists, behavior therapists, computer teachers and the community all coming together as a whole to serve the children as individuals. All of my years of experience with children has taught me valuable skills to work with them. The hardest part of working for CSC is the policies and practices of only talking to the head teacher and excluding the teacher assistant as if she were not part of a team. Management will not hear what the assistant has to say unless the head teacher brings it up. The most enjoyable part was working with the children.
Family Partner (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – November 20, 2015
A typical day' very busy schedule, home visits daily, very structural atmosphere. I learn team work, time management and organizational skills. I worked with professional staff our team worked closely and cohesively. The hard part was the snow days. The most enjoyable part of my job was the interaction with all my clients.
Community involvement always a positive experience
VOLUNTEER SERVICES (Former Employee) – Ukiah, CA – August 24, 2015
I worked with the community (city and business). I learned the positive side of community activism. Working along side business and community leaders was always a positive experience, Co-workers within the community could not have been more supportive of the activities presented for their approval. There were no down sides as I had been working with them for over ten years. All aspects of the job was positive.
The people were amazing.
Sometimes working when although I followed through, sometimes not so with others.
Child Development Partner (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – August 20, 2015
I enjoyed working with my clients and my co-workers. The work itself was fulfilling but the office environment was stifling. Management is very negative and they only see you and the clients as numbers. If you want to be over worked, micromanaged, unsupported, and treated like a child then this job is for you. Management does not care about their staff what so ever. The director of the program is receiving awards all the while treating the staff that actually does the work unfairly. The turn over rate is astounding. Also since I left they have started GPS tracking their staff. The only reason people stay in this position is because the pay is decent and the benefits are great.
Recreation Aide (Current Employee) – Lake Community Center – August 11, 2015
Register students for recreational classes or activities. Watch over city facilities while in use. Work and manage city events. Working a long side great coworkers who genuinely care about you. Hardest part of the job is also the best. Working community events and being able to interact with the community.
Working events were almost just like partcipating in an event, Almost felt like my job was to have fun
Limit of 1, 000 hrs a year. Less than 20 hrs a week.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Happy Nails and Spa Salon – August 9, 2015
This job required me to speak fluently in English and Vietnamese because the employees were all Vietnamese and the customers were mostly American. I worked as a manager and customer service. I assigned manicurist and pedicurist jobs for the employees as well as ensured whether the customers like our services.
Development Skills Professuional (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 6, 2015
Enjoyed working with individuals and co-workers. Taught me patience. Various work sites available make convienent. The hardest part of the job was remembering that the individuals always need help with typical everyday life skills especially in the community.
Free meals. Flexable hours.
Need to take time to learn individuals and patience.