General Laborer (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX 75080 – September 15, 2018
Best city in the metropolitan area to work for. I learned a lot a new and interesting thing at the city. The bosses where nice and very understanding . Overall the employees is what kept me there so long .
How can someone work there for three or four months as a temp..but have a application in for the the same job he doing...and they been telling you for months they going to pull your application..and but try to let a temp go for leaving on a optional day.....this has a family.. they work for 11hr.. and you want even make a 100 dollars... cause they pay the temp daily....but let you go for not staying on a optional day...wow...
In the morning when I would show up, I would set out the sign-in binder, play some kids music, and put out some of the toys and games for the children to play with upon their arrival. Before leaving at the end of the day I would hand out snacks to the children that were still here and work the sign-out binder. Once all the children have left i make sure all the toys are put away and all electronics were off. I learned how to have patience and work with younger children. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to help these kids learn new things and putting a smile on their faces.
Day Camp Counselor (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – March 23, 2017
A typical day at work is jam packed but understandable since it is a part time seasonal job. Learned to manage operations and stay on schedule. The management was great and understanding to workers. Workplace culture is strong and has many traditions. The hardest part is that there are next to no breaks. The most enjoyable part was how tight knit the staff was.
Media Intern (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – April 27, 2015
This internship kept giving me work throughout my High School career after I proved myself worthy of income. It wasn't day to day, but mainly every month or so I was out on the field doing something interesting.
Rewarding experience working with children teaching a sport I am passionate about.
Assistant Pro (Current Employee) – Richardson, TX – October 8, 2014
As the Assistant Pro, I was the sole manager of four of the five junior group lessons at the establishment. This required the ability to use spontaneous thought to come up with solutions to problems and challenges. The position also required a lot of planning and setup time as well as research about appropriate methods for each age group taught. I maintained my role as receptionist and pro shop assistant where I answered phones and managed the establishment. My co-workers and bosses were one of the most rewarding parts of my experience at the Huffhines Tennis Center. All of the relationships I gained there have greatly impacted me and have added a new level of understanding to my life. The hardest part of the job was the physical aspect of being out in the heat for multiple hours on the court. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to impact the personal development of children and teenagers. Not only impacting their tennis development, but also having an influence on the kind of role they play in their personal relationships.