Student Volunteer (Former Employee) – Stoughton, MA – July 22, 2013
A typical day at work consisted of entering data in to the computer and then going upstairs and keeping company with the coupe of patients who had been assigned to me. That meant playing games, talking helping walk, push in a wheelchair whatever the patient wanted and was allowed. I learned how working in the social work field can be a tough but rewarding experience. The toughest part was having to say goodbye to the patients when I was done for the summer. The most enjoyable part was being able to help the patients and seeing their faces that they knew why I was their and were happy about it.
Learned alot about the social work enviornemnt on a first hand basis
Volunteer work for school Practicum so it lasted only the summer
Cafeteria Assistant (Former Employee) – Stoughton, MA – April 18, 2018
Food preparation coming from the kitchen wasn't consistent. There were different cooks cooking the food differently than the others. Customers and most of all staff coming to expect one thing for dinner and getting something that tasted totally different than the other time it was on the menu.
Food Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Stoughton, MA – April 16, 2018
I had a wonderful experience working at the Sinai. I went from working in the Cafe to working as a Nutritional Supervisor in one year. I enjoyed the fast pace, the people I worked with and those I had met throughout the hospital.