Public Policy Intern (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – August 30, 2015
Pros: free lunches during events, free snacks and drinks, friendly staff
Cons: phone banking
It was a fantastic experience. I was exposed to a professional job and the background interworkings of a campaign. My managers very unapproachable and sincere. They worked around my schedule and were flexible with getting me transportation to all the events.
Teen Outreach Program Facilitator (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – August 25, 2015
Planned Parenthood has been a great place to work, learn, and to experience. Being a facilitator for Planned Parenthoods Teen Outreach Program, it has allowed me to interact with students from diverse backgrounds and teach them about community building and health. Also, working alongside my colleagues have been a pleasure. Being about to watch and learn from them as helped me grow professionally.
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee), Savannah, GA – August 14, 2015
Pros: good experience
No room for movement unless I had schooling. So I quit and went to school. Great job for experience, taught me a lot. Co-workers were not so great and neither was the management. The hardest part of the job was being pro women all the time, no matter the subject. You can not have an opinion unless it is theirs.
Health Center Manager / Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Livonia, MI – August 12, 2015
Managed the operations of a satalite facility. Ensured the optimum functioning operations of the faciity through budgeting, organization, and training on a daily basis. I worked with the staff in both the clinical setting as well as completing my managerial duties.
Maintenance/Custodian (Former Employee), Houston, TX – July 30, 2015
Pros: working mon. thru fri. getting off at 130 pm everyday.
Cons: part time hours
a typical day would begin with cleaning the parking lot pick up loose trash, set up rooms for meetings. first impression is the best impression was a learning curve good bosses is always a plus. keeping the parking lot clean was the hardest part. it was great getting off early and having week ends and holidays off.
medical assistant (Current Employee), little rock – July 27, 2015
Cons: short breaks
My day starts with preparing the exam rooms and running controls. I also have to restock each room with information and gloves etc. I then document fridge temps etc. I document the patients history bring them back obtain vitals discuss what brings them in the office and document appropriately. I also draw the patients blood for any labs and do urine tests if needed.
Peer Educator (Former Employee), Buffalo, NY – July 16, 2015
Stared off with minutes from our last workday. We only worked two days a week for two hours unless we had an event or play coming up but only a few of us would be in a skit based on however many characters were in it. My co workers were so much fun! It was nothing but about 12-17 high school students working together to create skits and perform them in front of our peers. My supervisor was an old member of the group but a college student who was amazing and fun but serious and stern when need be.