Volunteer (Former Employee), Olympia, WA – November 14, 2013
Pros: level headed co-workers.
Cons: short breaks, no structure
This was not a good place to volunteer at. We would sweep constantly throughout the day. Leaving near nobody to help customers. Those who were left stayed behind the cash register at all times. The manager was rarely seen working. The co-workers were the only people who seemed active constantly. The hardest part of the job was re-organizing items weighing – more... over 100lbs almost everyday. – less
Part-time Volunteer (Former Employee), Hartsville, SC – November 11, 2013
Stocking and processsing, learned how to move quickly but carefully, i trained new volunteers, co-workers were very friendly, hardest part was lifting alot of heav supplie from trucks, most enjoable is when we hve little dinners cooked for lunch.
Non-Profit, geared toward community building for the betterment of society.
Intern (Former Employee), Santa Barbara, CA – November 6, 2013
Pros: people centered work, benefitting the community.
Cons: never enough volunteers.
There was never a typical day at work. It was always changing. Some days I did office work, other days I would help out members from the community to create a home for them. Some days I would help put on events, volunteer recruitment, or even talk to sponsors. I learned people skills, networking, managing, communication, and how to compromise. The managerial – more... style was fantastic, no one was treated less that anyone else. If a job had to be done, it wouldn't be passed down for someone else to get their hands dirty, it was a team effort. The hardest part of the job was seeing people from the communities suffering, losing their home to a disaster or from financial stress. The best part of the job was helping those same people and giving them a hand up rather than a hand out. – less
sense of responsibility and like the job well done
Accountant Assistant (Former Employee), Ivory Coast – November 1, 2013
Enter the cash journal. Manage cash and bank accounts. Monitor transfers of funds and building materials into the affiliates. Check and follow the advances and travel reports. Check the affiliate’s financial reports. Enter the affiliate’s financial reports in the computer. Make the bank reconciliation statements. Reconciling cash and travel advances. – more... Participate in the preparation of monthly or quarterly financial report sent to headquarters in South Africa. Reconciling the mortgage. External Relations Officer (suppliers). Establish checks and transfer orders. Keeping of accounting records. Checking and controlling of mission reports from the affiliates. Participates in development budgets. – less
Exciting place to work for my very first job, very productive
Volunteer Work (Current Employee), Franklin, VA – October 20, 2013
Rite-Aid Pharmacy of Emporia, Virginia 23847, was an exciting place to work for my very first job. I was 16 years old when my summer experience, which turned into a full-time experience, began. This place was excellent on productivity. There wasn't a time that we weren't making this company better. I loved to work, not to "ride the clock" but because – more... we stayed active in making Rite-Aid such a high ranked company by supporting, well serviced customers. – less