Pros: free lunches during home games
Cons: short hours, not enough hours, no benefits
Depending on what was the job, I work with people who are down to earth and like to help each other out in whatever needed to be helped on.
In ESL I would help teacher with foreign students who wanted to learn English and go on to a better life in America. Learned to interact with different cultures and work student profiles to learn more about them.
When – more... I was working in weight room, I attended and cleaned it, checked student IDs to confirm their students or non-students, which were not allowed to workout.
Currently I work as a filmer and webcaster for SFCC boys and girls basketball home games. Record games for coaches and webcast games for families who could not make it to the games. Only work when games are at home. It's part time and looking for full time positions when I graduate, but for now I am looking to work on my days off from school which is anytime after 4pm on Mondays and Wednesdays, on Fridays after 1pm, and on Tuesdays and Thursdays anytime.
Since I have worked here I have learned how to file, type up, print, and save files properly. I have learned how to speak in public properly, the people who work here are great and are willing to help when asked, all co workers were great and worked well with them, and my days were enjoyable when I knew I had helped out students the best way possible. There was nothing hard about my jobs, just that all were part time and no benefits. Business Management is what I am going for and look to get into a management position or open and run a business of my own. – less