Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – March 14, 2016
I learned many things here that were not learned in school. I enjoyed seeing and helping the countless amount of women who came in pregnant and later returned with their babies. There wasn't anything hard about this position, I truly enjoyed it but as mentioned in other reviews, there was no growth within position.
Great place to utilize different levels of social work
Field Advocate (Current Employee) – West Tn counties – February 8, 2016
This is a great place to work if you have the passion to work with survivors of domestic violence and assault. Excellent training opportunities and continuing education. Working with individuals, families, groups, and the community, each day there is something new. The staff are supportive, encouraging, and willing to assist you. It does require a lot of time and attention and includes on-call time. This is a great job if you like getting out in the community, meeting people, and managing your time.
Clinic Office Assistant (Temporary) (Former Employee) – Canton, MS – December 2, 2015
Good place to work for! Nice people! The workload could get challenge but it is all worth it. Love helping people it is the most enjoyable part of the job Learned so much about FAFSA, ISIR, and Financial Aid laws
Nutritionist (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – October 22, 2015
Providing Nutrition Education at certification or subsequent certification, tailor food packaged accordingly, determine risk criteria to approve benefits and provide vouchers. Provide nutrition Education individual or in group based on high risk criteria and outreach in the community.
working with participant that I had no experience before
Supervising Dietitian (Current Employee) – 234 East 149th Street, Bronx, NY 10451 – August 17, 2015
Fast paced WIC program in urban environment, typically providing service to approximately 150 clients per day. I have been exposed to every aspect of the program from clerical to nutritionist to supervisory/administrative functions. I work with a dedicated group of people who do their utmost to provide quality service to our clientele. The job becomes difficult when dealing with disgruntled participants; otherwise, the job is rewarding when you are able to help meet participants' needs.
The ability to promote/introduce new services
Human Resources Department is slow to fill vacancies, which leads to over worked staff.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – June 15, 2015
Consist of helping women in their OB/GYN care. I learned great medical procedures. The hardest part of this position was when women found out that they were not able to have children or lost a child during delivery. The most enjoyable part was when a patient was cleared of any medical diseases and was able to proceed with life as normal.
Helping set up and seeing a customer face when they taste a really good dessert is so satisfying, I really enjoy being a volunteer helping her promote her business with cards, word of mouth, samples, and parties.
Clinical Nutritionist (Former Employee) – Valdosta, GA – March 31, 2015
Counseled pregnant women in the WIC Program as to proper nutrition at a critical time in their lives. Also counseled young mothers as to the nutritional care for their infants and children. Enjoyed the diversity of people I met everyday and loved interacting with the general public.
Fun and very helpful facility for greater Haverhill
VOLUNTEER (Former Employee) – Haverhill, MA – January 9, 2015
This is an excellent group of people to work with. There was never a day I felt as if I belonged to a company that really put their whole heart into everything they did. Management was great. My favorite part of volunteering here were the people i worked amongst Friendly, work oriented individuals, who unknowingly drove me to excel in my personal life. i.e. college with a 4.0.
Clinic Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Fernando, CA – February 28, 2014
The had the opportunity to improve my Spanish skills, refer clients to other programs for needy families, teach nutrition and breastfeeding classes, lead a team of 8-10 employees, train up to 150 staff members, present to crowds up to 150, learn adult education techniques, talk to legislators in Washington DC, use Motivational Interviewing to help families achieve their health goals and to counsel participants on nutrition.