I love the r esidents I serve here. It is the most fun job I have ever had.
SLP also supervise graduate students from U of L (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – July 11, 2016
A typical day would be seeing 6 or 7 clients back to back. I have learned to treat my client holistically. I love the therapy team I work with. The hardest part of my job is paper work and Medicaid regulations. The most enjoyable part of my job is treating my clients. We do a lot of laughing here!
Flexibility in treatment sessions and lots of space.
Holiday, vacation and sick allowance, Medicaid regulations.
Line Cook Supervisor (Former Employee) – medofrd oregon – July 9, 2016
a lot of unreliable workers , co workers are great , learned a lot about prep and making and cooking pizza , learned about how to deal with allergies to food. started from washing dishes and ended in management
Data Entry (Current Employee) – Anclote Blvd Tarpon Springs Fl – June 22, 2016
a typical day at work includes pulling up letters to customers, checking for any mistakes and printing them out so they get sent to another department for mailing. I've learned how to use Microsoft Word and Office. Also, I've learned how to make Excel spread sheets. I use Microsoft Outlook as well. I can use 10 key quite well and can type faster than I could before.I don't feel comfortable talking about management or my coworkers on here. My apologies.
A typical day at work would start at 2. The student come in put their book bags up and then line up to use the restroom and wash their hands. After that they come in grab a snack, and once they are finish they go do homework. After all the homework is completed they go outside for the rest of the day
Intact Case Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 7, 2015
Kaleidoscope is a nonprofit, charitable organization that helps Chicago youth cope with the consequences of abuse and neglect within their family system.
Struggling with complex emotional, physical and medical needs, kids referred to Kaleidoscope face incredible challenges that require resources and support. The team at Kaleidoscope is committed to alleviating these obstacles for kids, believing all youth deserve the chance to reach their highest potential.
I really enjoyed working with children enrolled in the Kaleidoscope program. The children ranged from kindergarten to fifth grade so I was given the opportunity to work with a wide range of children from a very diverse group.
Kaleidoscope is a small program within the overall Office of Multicultural Affairs at UNC Greensboro with the goal of educating others and facilitating dialogue about issues of diversity and social justice. The group consists of around 10 student employees, as well as an intern and two supervisors, one of whom is a graduate student and the other of whom is a full-time employee of the Office. We conduct weekly to bi-weekly meetings where we learn and practice our public speaking and dialogue facilitation skills, knowledge on topics of diversity and social justice, and abilities to work as a team.
Our general duties involve going into classrooms, residence halls, student organizations, and other university organizations and spaces and conducting interactive diversity-related programs and facilitate dialogue around difficult topics within diversity and social justice. We work in pairs to help students gain the most from the experience. We often use set pre-made facilitations, but we are also given the opportunity to create our own and lead forums of our own creation.
From this, I learned valuable public speaking, programming design and implementation, teamwork, and conflict resolution skills. Working in the Kaleidoscope program is excellent for learning about issues of diversity and how to educate others about them, and to get valuable experience with working in teams and giving and receiving constructive feedback.
Free education around topics of diversity and social justice, flexible hours, close-knit and fun work culture, great training for working by yourself and with others
Not enough hours - not enough work/compensation to be able to support yourself
Case Worker (Former Employee) – Blue Island, IL – April 13, 2015
I enjoyed working with the children in foster care; it provided me an opportunity to make a difference in a child life. It allowed me flexibility and work independently. It also allowed for me to work with families from a team member approach.
Floral Designer (Former Employee) – 1633 darby dr – July 15, 2014
The ability to know that there was always worked to be done in a fast paced environment. I was constantly challenged and held in high expectation to give my best. The hardest part of the job was the extreme fluctuation of hours. The management was dependable, always there to lend a helping hand when needed. I learned how to be a more independent designer.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 12, 2014
Help kids with their homework right after school. After that we would let them go play games from pool to ping pong. I learned that kids also teach you things in life. Co-workers were awesome they came from different parts of Indianapolis. The hardest part was helping those kids that really didnt get a grip on their work. The most enjoyable part was seeing those kids go from grade to grade and excelling in all subjects
Teacher Assistant (Former Employee) – Minneapolis,MN – April 9, 2013
A typical day for me would be coming in and getting the art cart set up. After that me and the teacher will go from class to class doing different art projects with the children. Sometimes we will go outside and do different projects as well. At the end of the day I would take the cart back to the art classroom and make sure everything is in place and cleaned.
talking to the children hearing and seeing their creative side
I enjoyed the job and most all of the fellow employees. I picked up the information very well and maintained 2 million prints a month since I started in which they have never reached. We worked well as a team.
liked the job
no benefits, leader didnt treat fellow employees well and no job security.
SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – January 7, 2013
This job was a unique experience in a unique environment. A typical day at Kaleidoscope would be selling body jewelry, smoking accessories, clothing and more. Coworkers are fun, generally, but serious micromanaging issues that plague most mom and pop shops is rampant here. Don't expect wages you would from a corporate shop, or the opportunities for job advancement. This is a job that is fun to have for a few years while working through college, or trying to figure out where you want to go in life.