Tutor (Former Employee), Arlington, TX – October 28, 2014
I worked as a tutor and a residential assistant during the summer for them. All the employees were lovable people who really cared about the students needs and wanted to see them succeed. However, things always seemed to be disorganized and not everyone was on the same page when it came to what task were suppose to be done. It was an enjoyable experience – more... though and it was awesome to help the students reach their academic goals. – less
Volunteer Head Basketball Coach (Former Employee), Phenix City, AL – September 8, 2014
• Instructed, coached, and taught 9-11 year old players on how to improve their motor skills in shooting, passing, dribbling, and using vocal communication with other teammates to achieve team goals which resulted in the players having a successful season and resulted in the young minds coming together as a team that respects one another. • Provided – more... training direction, encouragement, and motivation to prepare the players for games and life lessons which gave the players a positive role model and a positive view on game time decisions and future life time decisions. • Coordinated and communicated organized practice schedules with parents in order to have players show up on time which teaches the players the importance of time value. • Implemented player safety and enforce the rules of the game in order to teach players discipline on and off the court which resulted in no injuries and provided a positive atmosphere for the league and its players. – less
English Tutor (Former Employee), PR – August 29, 2014
Go to the office to pick up an attendance sheet before going to the classrooms where the students would be. Once having arrived, co-workers would greet me and ask me about my day among other things before students would arrive. We helped the students with their homework and doubts that they would have with their studies. We would also strengthen the – more... daily skills of things they already knew and in order to achieve this we would give them work to apply their knowledge and skills. If any of the students had further doubts we would use the computer to acquire information through the internet. There really wasn't anything that was too hard to accomplish in this job environment and I quite enjoyed it. The things I have learned are patience, perseverance, and the sense of helping others which is very rewarding in the end of the day. – less
Student worker (Former Employee), Downtown,Boston – July 29, 2014
Took college courses in this summer program, learned about many rules, tips and educational material and learned more about the importance of responsibilities and respect. It was a very fun program. Received $60 stipends once/twice a month
Residential Advisor (Former Employee), Long Beach, CA – June 30, 2014
Pros: free room and board, working with wonderful people, helping students.
Cons: living with students, long hours.
At this position I was a teacher's aide and residential adviser so most of my time was spent helping students with their course work as well as supervising students in a dorm setting. I gained a lot of beneficial experience working with teachers and students as well as learning the true importance of safety. My boss was an amazing director and loved – more... his job. His love for his job really reflected in his work and guidance. The hardest part of the job was supervising students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Everyday was very enjoyable at this position because we were constantly doing activities and keeping the students engaged. – less
Bronx, NY (Current Employee), Bronx, NY – June 18, 2014
Here at Upward Bound tutor counselor are available to students who are in need of help for current classes and to prepare them for future classes as well. As a tutor counselor my self, I also learn from these students how the school environment is changing since I have graduated. In addition, to their environment most students are being over look because – more... they can not keep up with others. At Upward Bound we help those children to keep up to speed and stay ahead of the game. – less
Tutor/Teacher Assistant (Current Employee), University of MInnesota Twin-cities – April 30, 2014
I work 5 days a weeks for 3 hours a day, I learn how to cope with other culture that this diverse environment providing. It is very time management schedule, everything have to be on time no follow the policies. The hardest part of the job is when the student don't speak English well. The most enjoyable part of this job is that I get to be interactive – more... with the student. – less
Tutor (Current Employee), Long Beach, CA – April 6, 2014
Pros: very flexible work schedule.
Cons: minimum work hours.
Job responsibilities included managing a group of 10-16 high school students and holding various general-education tutoring sessions at various school sites. Tutors were also held accountable for creating lesson plans for the Supplemental Instruction in Math given to the students. Furthermore, tutors were expected to facilitate Saturday tutorials and – more... help with the critical writing sessions. – less