Volunteer (Current Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – November 10, 2016
Great environment where you will be surrounded by educated and like minded social conscious people. Management hierarchy is clear and room for growth is available but requires hard work and determination.
Medical Records Intern (Current Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – November 8, 2016
I am an intern so I don't get any benefits nor might not get a job after my internship since they are non- profit organization. The people who I worked with are very nice and very friendly. I have full respect of the organization and I like how they do medical missions. Hardest part of the job is it is a unpaid training, it would be nice if it was because some companies they wanted to hire someone with paid experience. I enjoy my job because I am learning new stuff and would like to stay if a position will open up.
great medical mission
unpaid inter training and no assurance of job after training.
Medical Volunteer (Former Employee) – Vietnam, PR – November 3, 2016
I have 4 days with the dentists from Operation Smile. I have gathered a few more students to join as a group and performed various fundraising activities to help the children in remote areas, near the organization mission's site. the most enjoyable part of this medical volunteer was I get to improve my socialize communication skill, get to know more people, helping the children and explore new places.
Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – October 3, 2016
I love working for these people because they help children there are any deformities that are made in and start smiling and they're happy... the only bad thing is is it's a nonprofit organization so I didn't get paid but I sure love it.
Global Epidemiologic Research Internship (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 8, 2014
• Interviewed families in Mexico for a study on the genetic/environmental etiology of cleft lip and palate • Used Qualtrics online data analysis software to import information from field interviews for statistical analysis, as well as for survey creation for each new population; Collected samples, handled sensitive medical information
student (Current Employee) – University Park, PA – August 7, 2012
Member of Operation Smile. It is an organization at Penn State University that raises money for cleft palate research. I have been a member for 2 years at Penn State. I recently graduated in May. I would attend meetings and make semester payments to the organization.