Providing counseling services to children and teenagers. Help each student to improve his or her academic performance. Guide older students towards a career suitable for them. Guide and educate parents on the issues faced by the child. Design a diet and exercise regimen for the child to improve their health. Give the child some mentally stimulating – more... exercises to help improve their memory or any other problem they might have. Maintain a proper report on every child given in their care. Spot troubled kids and work closely with child and the parents before the problem gets out of hand. Prepare and manage correspondence, reports and documents. Organize and coordinate meetings, conferences, travel arrangements. Implement and maintain office systems. Maintain schedules and calendars, arrange and confirm appointments. Organize internal and external events; handle incoming mail and other material. Set up and maintain filing systems, maintain databases. Communicate verbally and in writing to answer inquiries and provide information. Liaison with internal and external contacts, coordinate the flow of information both internally and externally. Operate office equipment and manage office supplies – less
Secretary/Receptionist (Former Employee), Warsaw, MO – November 13, 2013
Pros: loved the job, loved the people!
Cons: no insurance, or benifits
Working at the Church was a rewarding and enjoyable experience that will be with me for the rest of my life. We lost a son in a car accident, I learned to live everyday to the fullest and make everything count. Don't ever take any thing for granted!
It felt good to see young people get off the streets.
Youth Pastor (Former Employee), East Chicago, IN – November 8, 2013
Spoke to pre-teens and teens about healthy relationships, self-esteem, sexual abstinence, sexual abuse, and decision-making skills. Was in charge of setting up abstinence clubs in the public school system,. Established a youth Choir, Sunbeams. Headed up the Youth vacation bible School.
Began a gang intervention ministry by going out to various parks – more... street corners and other public venues where we witness a tremendous turn-around and got kids off the street and in the church. – less
Teacher (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – October 15, 2013
Pros: working with kids
Cons: kids moving to another class
I love kids and I love the Lord so what better place to work than a church daycare.All the parents were very nice and the kids were great to be around. The one thing I did not like about the job was my kids going to another class when they got to old for me. Didn't want to see them go.
Productive and enjoyable workplace. Well balanced schedule and positive environment
Set Up Crew Supervisor (Former Employee), Garland, TX – September 20, 2013
Pros: frequent breaks, free lunches
Cons: pay rate
Review set ups that need done for the day. Gather furniture items needed for set ups on to dollies. Make sure rooms are clean and organized for set ups. Go back and check set ups. We get two 15 minute breaks and a 30 minute lunch. I learned to work SMART not hard because of the job being so physical... meaning learning how to manuever heavy items without – more... putting strain on my body. My boss was very caring and always made sure we put school first and was very considerate of our families. My co-workers were young but hardworking. They adapted very quickly and we got along well. The hardest part of the job was the physical labor. The most enjoyable part was being able to have fun and make the best of our job while still working and getting things done in a timely manner. – less
Volunteer Service & Leadership (Current Employee), Oviedo, FL – September 3, 2013
Pros: self-satisfaction, leadership experience, helping those in need
My volunteer service here was quite possibly some of my most memorable moments. My God has given me so many opportunities to help people and I learn something valuable every single time. Every experience was different, from coaching young kids in soccer to serving missionary families in Brazil.
Each moment was a moment where I was able to look at myself – more... and see the things I take for granted. There are some who do not get to eat every day, when I don't even think twice about whether or not there will be food when I wake up. It has completely re-shaped my view on life.
The ones who served next to me where amazing people. We relied on each other, and on Christ, to be strong when it could have been easy to be complacent. It was hard at times to remain focused, especially in Miami, FL when we renovated a warehouse into a church. It would have been so much easier to be lazy and let others do the work but that is not what we are called to do as Christians.
We should love as Christ loved. We should serve as Christ served. I enjoyed every aspect of this. To be able to make my Savior smile as I showed love in His name is all I ever ask for.
I am constantly involved with what they are doing in the community, searching for opportunities to serve in any way I can. – less
Great place to work, and I learned many skills I could use in a business setting.
Student Intern (Current Employee), Corpus Christi, TX – September 3, 2013
A typical day at work included discussing with my boss various subjects such as upcoming events, planning future events, and sometimes discussions of money and budget. Making copies, phone calls, faxing, doing mail outs, shopping for events and office needs were other tasks that were regularly done. I learned many things while working at the church – more... such as fundraising, planning and spending, operating office equipment, and becoming more proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. I also strengthened my communication skills while working at the church. My co-workers are always great we all get along well, it's like a little family in the office. The hardest part of my job was the planning and execution of large events such as fundraisers and big social functions. Though these were the hardest part of my job they were also some of my favorite and most enjoyable tasks. The most enjoyable part of my job though was getting to know the students and making connections with them, as well as getting to know their families. – less