#boysandgirlsclub

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quincey sutherland
over 6 months ago

I loved the bond you made with the kids. Even after you left the bond remained, if one of the kids seen you outside the club they’d run up to me to say hey.

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Jermores Ridgeway
over 6 months ago

Get in touch with the Manager

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Jasmine Silva
over 6 months ago

Organizing the area Communicating with people Teaching the kids Teaching them about paint How to communicate and shear with others

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Dale Oren
over 6 months ago

I'm not disappointed at Boys and Girls Club I still work there during the school year.

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John Walker
over 6 months ago

Not only was I a lifeguard. I was a member of the community. We guided the youth in the right direction. We served lunch to anyone in need. We also had other programs to keep the youth interested in activities and keep them out of trouble. The boys and girls club was a great place for kids to go to for after school activities and events. We also helped with school work. We as active bodies was able to give guidance and show leadership. The kids would give respect because we showed respect.

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Devon Brooks
over 6 months ago

The kids were fun to be around. Some kids were more disrespectful others were very sweet and enjoyable

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Ashley Wilson
over 6 months ago

I love when companies give back!

Coca-Cola and Family Dollar Stores teamed up and started a [Make Every Sip Count] (https://us.coca-cola.com/makeeverysipcount/) project. When you visit your local Family Dollar store and buy a Coca-Cola product 15% of the purchase price is donated to the [Boys & Girls Clubs] (https://www.bgca.org/about-us/our-mission-story) which help children in need. I truly love when companies give back by supporting such great organizations.

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anita mireles
over 6 months ago

It's a community club that has and does a variety of things. Like for examples: they have certain clubs you can join to do community service project, be in the parade, go on field trips, etc....the moral of this explanation is that they also have jobs for kids as young as 14 years old. You interview for either a kitchen staff, teen staff, kids staff, or a jr staff which helps out all staffs. I was a jr staff that got paid same amount as the other staffs but only worked a certain amounts of hours. This was also a temporary job.

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Michelle Haggins
over 6 months ago

Arrive Early. This has always been the key to impress a boss who is concerned with your inputs. ... Dress Well. ... Use Your Computer Like a Pro. ... Leave Your Baggage at Home. ... Stay Focused. ... Stay Positive. ... Be Incredibly Honest. ... Stay Late.

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Raycheal Lara
over 6 months ago

I had a paid internship with the boys and girls club well getting my G.E.D I then had to decision between several educational facilities I began my course of work at Rio Vista Middle School after school program working with children from ages 11-14 year old

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