Helping Disadvantage Youth of America
Program Analyst (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – April 19, 2016
-A typical work day was field with meetings, incorporating new policy to bring a 2-billion-dollar program into the 21st century, and writing new strategic reports to address Transition Readiness and Placement for the program.
-I learn how to be a Contracting Officer Representative (COR) for Government Contracts.
-Management has a strong working knowledgeable about the National program and how it has remain successful for 50+ years, but management is shorthanded and could use more manpower for this transition period that the program is going through.
-Co-workers were very welcoming and informative about the program, gave assistance whenever I needed the help.
-The hardest part of the job for me was understanding how slow the government worked, when you’re trying to get something done.
-The most enjoyable part of the job for me, was knowing that I was making an impact on our country’s disadvantage youths across America and that I was having a positive impact on our economy for the good.
To much political red tape, slows down productivity.