Painter (Former Employee), San Francisco, CA – November 19, 2015
The two top employees of the shop don't have good management or communication skills. They had a difficult time with scheduling the 9 man crew. The next one in line spent more time on the phone, talking and walking around than working. His painting skill is only a second year apprentice, but he is permanent and has stated numerous times he doesn't need to work because of his status. He also tries to bribe people. He is the main reason moral is so low. no one was disappointed when we were laid off. We were temps.
Jumpstart Corps Member (Former Employee), San Francisco, CA – July 21, 2013
- Worked one-to-one to prepare preschool children from low-income neighborhoods for school success. - Implemented early childhood curriculum, supported family involvement, and promoted skill building. - Collaborated with a team of 6 corps members to plan biweekly in-classroom activities.
Instructional Equipment Assistant (Current Employee), San Francisco, CA – November 13, 2015
SFSU is a great working environment. I love working with the students and supporting them when needed. If you like autonomy this is the place to work, however, if you have difficulty with too much autonomy of your work day this may be challenging.
Productive and interactive job with good colleagues
Resident Service Assistant (Current Employee), San Francisco, CA – June 12, 2015
Working as a resident Service Assistant in San Francisco State University has proved great opportunity. The management is very good and strict. I got to learn as well as interact with people from all around the world.
Tutoring two ASL students at S.F.State as ASL tutor
Sign Language Tutor (Former Employee), CA – May 11, 2015
Pros: Tutoring two ASL students at S.F. State
I have tutored two Hearing students as ASL tutor. They have learned how practice to sign every ASL gestures in ASL. They know some parts of ASL in ASL because they were able to sign ASL in ASL successfully.