I loved meeting and working with the people that I met.
AOD COUNSELOR / WOMENS RESIDENT ASST MANGR (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 16, 2013
There were two routines that I had to follow depending on my role of the day. Three days in the week I was Assistant Manager for The Army's Women Residential portion of their program. At 5:00 am I begin to supervise the women doing their chores and preparing to be transported, by me to the main location where I then begin to conduct regular counseling sessions, intake, assessment, case management, and a host of other duties. I learned that everyone is the same, no matter what color your skin, class, how much money you have, or education. Life touches everyone. There are several dynamics to management, there are Salvation Army Officers, regular employees and interns. My co-workers were great, I learned alot from them. The hardest part om my job was my commute. Coming and going It was at least 51/2 hours, four bridges; two under water, and being stopped by earthquakes, and never being home.The most enjoyable part of my job was being told that I made a difference in someones life.
being able to accumulate intern hours while working.