Tutor students (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – October 15, 2012
I had a wonderful experience working with all ages of kids. I learned about Health and Fitness how to eat right.The managment and my co-workers were amazing.The most enjoyable part of my job was seeing a smile on those kids faces.
Secretary, Director of Development/Poland Program (Former Employee) – Millwood, VA – March 5, 2017
Worked for Director of Poland Program receiving mail, answering correspondence, phoning Poland Minister for Director. I found that working for a private institution was not as gratifying to me as working in the educational environment which I had become accustomed to. Therefore, I resigned and returned to LFCC. The work environment was not very structured or organized and there were slow days of little accomplishment.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Hope, NY – January 11, 2017
Update information of cases . Supervising the Case Managers it was a great opportunity to increase your knowledge about the community, the towns and the people you were working for. The hardest part of the job it was to identify the needs of the community in order to fill the forms to keep records. The most enjoyable part of the job it was to be able to be in different communities every single day.
Direct Relief Staff / Ambassador (Former Employee) – Roxbury, MA – August 10, 2016
A pleasant place to connect and feel welcome without judgement. An organization that helps families with housing child care even learn skills to find employment as well being able to recieve your GED diploma
Pricer and clothes sorter (Current Employee) – Dorr, MI – March 5, 2016
Great place to volunteer! Always happy place. Prices are very good. I love volunteering at this Happy place. The hardest part was lifting the clothing totes over to the sorting table. Pricing clothing was the easiest job ever. I love working with the other volunteers, it was so much fun.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Santa ana – August 10, 2014
Helping with homework, doing projects, being a big friend to all kids. I took it hard hearing what the kids had to say, or the bad language it made me want to be there for them. My hardest part was leaving them when I graduated and moved out of orange county.
International Health (Former Employee) – Millwood, VA – May 21, 2014
I learned a lot while working at Project HOPE. It was an invaluable opportunity. Management allowed me to have autonomy over my projects which was good. The people were okay, not that much interaction at HQ but the field teams were amazing!
Crisis Counselor (Current Employee) – Hempstead, NY – April 2, 2013
I arrive at the office at 8:30 my team meets to discuss the days assignments which change almost daily. My partner and I discusss stragey or the best techniques to use on the target person or group for the day.We arrive at site whether it's a home, school, shelter,church and we assess the need of person or group of people we offer counseling and referrals. when session is over we completed paperwork and case notes and proceed to the next client.The hardest part of the job is the traveling from location to location and the age range we service. I enjoy being a source of hope for those that feel hopeless.My co-worker and I are a great team.
Productive company with very nice people to work with
On-call Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Millwood, VA – August 20, 2012
a typical day here is wonderful. Answer phones all day and file papers. People may ask you to do different jons here and there but it makesthe time go by faster. I loved it there and the co-workers are amazing.