Highly professional and educational work place.
High School Intern (Edu. Department) (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – September 23, 2012
A typical day a work was nearly the same everyday; check In with the supervisor, review your assigned work area in addition to requirements that need to be met, work with other co-workers to get the job done sign a time sheet and call it a day. In additions there were alot of meeting that I and others had to attend and contribute to.
-What I learned
Well while working in the museum it gave me the opportunity to explore various pieces of art in alot of different exibitions and collections throughout the museum, it gave me an opportunity to be educated by a wide variety of Art Historians with information that excels beyond words and this postion acknowlegded me of skills that can be used effectively in a work socitey. Also seeing that I have an employee level membership I was able to go "behind the scenes" an learn about every career, job, internship, program, social event, and more including the requirements and qualifications. Trust me you'll be suprised
My fellow co-worker were the best I enjoyed working with. I think It really didn't take long for us to warm up to eachother. We kept eachother on point and up to date on everything and above all we kept everything professional when it was time to work.
-Hardest part of the job
I don't really think there was a hardest part of this job simply because of my flexibilty through all situations.
-Most enjoyable part
My most enjoyable part of the job had to be meeting all the different guest, staff, and the docents in meetings they were very inspirational and gave the best advice.
25% discounts in the cafe and all gift shops, employee membership, free yearly membership for an adult or visitor, retirement plan, reimbursed fees from application, provided transportation if needed, and mutul benifits.
short breaks, short hours everyday, no raise and strict uneeded policies.