Roswell park was an awesome place to work for. I actually worked in the research part of it. I did more outreach and I absolutely loved it. This position had 2 years to meet it's goal and I was hired 6 months already into it. I had to reach out to at least 400 women ages 40+, build a community advisory board, look for cancer survivors, hire and train employees, make pamphlets, make a power point presentation with pre and post questions on cervical, breast, and prostate cancer and also make one for Diabetes, and event planning. I had to go out into the community to look for leaders and key note speakers. I had to assist with grant writing and correspondence. I helped with interventions for women with cancer. I would have to say that the project was a huge challenge and success. All I know is that I did all this with the help of my fellow co workers and we met goal in a very timely order. I would have to say it was my biggest accomplishment due to only having 1.5 years to do all this from the bottom. I did not stay with the company due to the economic recession of 2009 and getting our grant cut and being laid off. But one thing I know for sure, is that I loved every minute of it.
I met people from all over world
some times people expired and it was kind of sad