Social Work Intern (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – July 14, 2017
A typical day at the internship will be having all the list of students you'll be seeing for the day and planning what should be done at the session. The workplace culture are very diverse and very open to communication. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the progression of the students achieving their goals.
School Community Liaison (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 18, 2017
My typical day at work consisted of working at various school sites to check up on students attendance and possibly any issues that particular family might be dealing with. I was able to provide many resources to our homeless families and the job was very rewarding.
School Counselor (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 12, 2017
Twin Rivers Unified is a great district to work for. Positive culture and supportive administrators and staff. Professional development is provided. Helping students experience success is a great feeling. All around a positive place to work.
Substitute Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Orangevale, CA 95662 – March 1, 2017
Employees are very kind everyone smiles and say's hello even if they don't know you. TRUSD is the poorest school district in Sacramento some processes may be archaic equipment breaks down often but it is a real team environment which out weighs everything.
Former member (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – August 8, 2016
I enjoyed working w/ the staff at my job site and loved the children. The job lossed the enjoyment when it became apparent that it was about the government funding, bottom line and NOT the kids. The meals are not worth the price that the families are charged or what most kids want to eat. This neighborhood has many kids that come to school hungry and would love to have a good breakfast and decent lunch on a regular basis. So much food was thrown away Daily while we had to turn kids down who asked for more because they were still hungry.TWUSD policy is no seconds.
Money Driven, not about their employers, The children
Sub- School Cafeteria (Former Employee) – McClellan, CA – July 26, 2016
I didn't do much learning. I prepared and served breakfast and lunch to children in K-12 grade. I worked at several different schools and, of course each school had a different kitchen manager and I did come across many different personalities, there were a couple of schools that I told my main supervisor I would rather not go back to and he honored that and completely understood.
Program Assistant (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 28, 2015
A typical day at work involves planning the kids days, looking over 80 children. Cleaning up after those children. I preform different activities through the three hours of work with the kids. Once the parents arrive to pick the children up, my day continues with clean up and prepping for the following days.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 10, 2015
I learned a lot working for schools and how different programs work. Working and meeting new people everyday was great, definitely would help me with my customer service skills. The difficult part was waiting for a call at 5/6 am to see if you work that day or not, and missing a day of work was a point .
Substitute Custodian (Current Employee) – McClellan, CA – July 29, 2015
It's got it's hassles, but what job doesn't. It's the only job that is hiring in the area and it's decent pay. Though it's a thankless job and highly competitive with some serious office politics and workroom drama around every corner it's not too bad as long as you keep your name out of any of it. The coworkers are easy to get along with.
Cafeteria Worker - Substitute (Former Employee) – McClellan, CA – June 18, 2015
A typical work day is preparing and serving breakfast and lunch to K-12 students. I have learned patience and other languages thru working in a school where English is the second language. Only had a couple of schools where I didn't get along with management. I worked as a sub in the cafeteria so I worked at many schools. The hardest part of the job is working at a school one day and then having to move on. The most enjoyable part of the job is the students.