It was wonderful to wake up and arrive at a park full of exciting and happy children ready for an awesome day. I learned how to be patient, react to positive and negative situations, and most of all love my job. Programs were gathered weeks prior for each week in the park and the co-workers helped this experience be even more entriguing. Their interaction and relationships with the children in the park kept the children coming back for more and more fun. The children would even continue to bring more children with them for fun rather than stay in the house and play indoors.The hardest part of the job was the minimal hours provided but playing and creating relationships with the children was worth more than the pay. Just to see them happy was all that mattered to me.
happiness, relationships, programming experience, and dedication
minimal pay and hours