MIT (Manager in Training) (Former Employee) – Rockville, MD – August 16, 2015
I really enjoyed this job as I do with all of my jobs. There was always music playing and the customers were friendly for the most part. A lot of the clients did not speak English very well, so adjusting my listening and learning skills really kicked in.
Great staff to work with, positive atmosphere, upbeat job that always kept you running
Chaperone (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 7, 2018
PAL taught me a lot . I learned how to communicate with not only my peers but with adults in a better way . We did activities to help each other understand one another . We learned how to respect one another no matter what the situation was between any of us .
Junior Director (Current Employee) – Fairfield, ME – June 2, 2018
This job equips its counselors with First Aid and CPR training and has reasonable hours for high school/young college students in the summer months. Field trips are three days a week and fun for both kids and staff.
Student Volunteer (Former Employee) – 829 Old Nichols Rd, Islandia, NY 11749 – May 8, 2018
if your feeling upset or down and need a source of happiness for a few hours. Pal o mine does a great job at taking your mind off of things and engages with the workers to get them out there funky mess. spending a few hours with a horse can change your thought of emotions being that horses aren't vocal they teach you a valuable lesson about actions speaks louder than words.
free lunches, lots of 1 on 1 attention along side with a care for a horse for a few
supervised 24/7, not able to go out for lunch as much, energy consuming
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Fort Huachuca, AZ – May 7, 2018
Management used their authority to make work miserable. Very diversified. They played favorites and if you werent on their good side, they would find things wrong and write you up without hearing your side.
Summer Youth Worker (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 3, 2018
Activities games and played lots of sports. Leaned how to grow patients. Management was excellent. lost of different cultures very comfortable work place. No hard parts during the job very relaxed. Most enjoyable part of the job... seeing kids laughing, playing every sport and just having a great time with kids and coworkers.
Leader (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – November 28, 2017
This was apart of a work program called Work Learn Grow. So I wasnt an official employee and didnt receive any benefits but I got to receive communication skills and I was given the skills to work in a fast paced environment. A typical day at work would be clocking in and immediately going to your classrom and greeting the children then eating lunch with them. Afterward they have their homework time and have free time to either go to the art room , the gym for basketball or the dance room. Their weren't any hard parts because everything here is easy going and simple.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 3, 2017
Checking into my post, logging into my jot book covering after previous worker • Making sure theres nobody trespassing in the building. • Making sure nobody is hanging infront of building and nobody roaming hallways, or staircases. Also making sure the premises is clear safe and secure.
Internship (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – July 1, 2015
In a typical day I would help children with their homework and participate in various activities offered in the program. I gained an understanding about a different lifestyles the children were exposed to. I have not had exposure to the elements in life some of these children have. The hardest part of the job was hearing certain details about the children's home life. The most enjoyable and most rewarding part of the job was having the chance to help the children succeed in their education.
It was a good experience and I learned a lot about the organization and myself.
STAFF (Former Employee) – PS 47 1794 East 172nd Street – June 15, 2015
A typical day would usually be hectic. I would normally have a group of 20 kindergartners. The management itself would sometimes be unorganized, and the co-workers helped one another. The hardest part of the job was the lack of organization, the most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the participants enjoy themselves and the co-workers being able to come together and make it possible.
Teachers Aid (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 28, 2015
The staff members here are not organized, and can sometimes be to demanding of children. I witnessed a staff member grabbing and yelling at a child when trying to correct a situation. I believe that they should handle all situations in a professional manor.
They provide all supplys needed to instruct your class