Fast paste and rewarding work place, in classroom setting.
Food Service Worker (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 20, 2015
A day at work is typically for the most part repetitive to the teachers, but not to the students.For example, students learn/practice daily life skills, such as hygiene routines, how to socialize with other children and adults, eating, ect. I learned working this children with multiple disabilities can become challenging but at the of the day I enjoy what I do.I also learned entry level of sing language to communicate with hard of hearing children. In addition, I learned how to use visual aids as a learning tool/motivation for the kids. The hardest part of the job is observing a child showing signs of being neglected, from home. More over, as a reaction sometimes the child would lash out behaviorally or fall behind academically. Lastly, the mostly enjoyable part of the job, is feeling the connection or bond you build with the children to help improve their lives for their future.
healthcare and the union
short lunch breaks and becoming sick when children are sick