Everyone has their first memory when they have to enter the adult world, mine just happened to be my junior year of high school. This year was just a little glimpse of what was going to be the rest of my life. Getting my first job was bitter sweet. I had to learn how to manage my time between school, sports, and now a job. After my first week of school I had to start my new job.
Khalayia Harris Composition I Granada Hamilton 8 September 2017 My Very First Job As teenager, many people say their adolescence is one of the most important phases in anyone’s life. As a teenager, you get to experience many great events like going to high school football games, dating your first boyfriend or girlfriend, getting your
Working at KTXT was the best experience I have had in my professional life. I learned so much at that station that I have no choice but to donate to it when I actually make a decent living. I started out as an fall intern for a semester after taking the previous summer off from school. I always wanted to work in radio, and this was finally my chance to make that happen. And BOOM...I excel at the production side of things! I taught myself years before how to edit video, so editing audio just came natural to me. My production director was relieved that she did not have to teach another student how to edit audio. I was in! I was killing it; editing live shows, sports broadcast, promos, news stories, and then the end of the semester was creeping
Saturday afternoon I jump down from the tractor, splashing mud up my leg, coating my feet in unknown substances since I so naively decided to wear flip flops to work. I groan loudly, and gingerly climb into my truck to make my way home for lunch, glad I have a short day at work and can make my way home for a homemade burger. These have been my weekends for years, with the exception of winters where I am blessed enough to only have indoors work. My job at Windy Ridge Dairy has been time consuming and exhausting, yet beneficial. Full time in the summers and weekends during the school year, some weekdays, of work since 9th grade (summers since 7th) has been difficult, but I’ll never regret the traits such work has brought out in me.
Once one night I had to work the night shift at Taco Bell. Other people who had worked there before me said that if you listened closely you could hear a soft banging noise on the walls. Some people ran for their lives other people never walked out of that Taco Bell and the police never found them. I feared nothing and those were all just myths anyways. Later I realized I was very very wrong.
I am writing to express my desire to begin my nursing career with Hacienda HealthCare. The registerer nurse position at Los Ninos Hospital that you advertised in career link is of particular interest to me, but I would be pleased to discuss any full- or part-time employment opportunity for which you feel I may be qualified.
Growing up, I will admit that I struggled at times to communicate with individuals from other areas because of my southern drawl. I spent much of my time growing up around farmers and livestock, and never had to articulate words. It was not until my junior year of high school that I even recognized this as a problem. An individual from up North moved to my school and pointed this out to me. As I began my freshman year of college, I found this to be a noticeable problem as I had to repeat myself on numerous occasions. Over the course of my four years at UNC Charlotte, I have grown by leaps and bounds in this area. I can contribute much of the improvement to working in corporate America. Having interned at three companies, each one helped me
I worked as an assistant manager at a dry cleaners, Sky Cleaners, from July 2013 - December 2015 where I demonstrated the ability to work in a fast paced open environment. I worked on both discount days where activity in the store was higher than usual and I was consistently taking and fulfilling
One day Jane was going grocery shopping for her siblings and herself on a Sunday before the week started. She grocery shopped a few miles outside of her own town. Soon Jane pulled up to the store HEB along with her four siblings Jay, Jeremy, Jeremiah, and John ( all boys ). When they entered the store, Jane made sure she had all her brothers with her and began to shop. Jeremy, the oldest brother, always put stuff in the basket without permission but not this week. Jane made sure they knew for sure that they only had $100 this week. Jeremy didn’t care he did whatever he wanted and put anything in the basket. He didn’t know that every time he put it all in that Jane was removing it one by one.
I’m a Customer Service Supervisor who loves to mentor and develop team members. I was a Customer Service Rep for Verizon for six years and then a Customer Service Team Lead for two years at Jackson Heights Delivery, where I supervised 14 call center reps in a fast-and-furious environment. I’m looking to join an organization that views excellent customer service as a competitive
Have you ever went to the store and looked at something like a toy or a electronic? I know I have wanted something so bad that I would do anything for it. Would you do anything for something you saw at the store.
I remember like it was yesterday even though it wasn't, it was a gross rainy day and my mom had just moved into her new house. We had to help unpack everything into the garage, but we stopped early because the rain started to come down really hard. My mom took me to Petsmart because we had to get new stuff for the cat we were getting. We were getting the cat from her friends house that she had known for awhile. We had heard a story about the cat that when it was a kitten his mom was an outside cat so one day the cat went out and the owners friend had locked the door and the mother cat could not get in the house to feed the kittens. Sadley all the kittens died but they had to move a dresser and when they did they found him under it and the cat
I have often struggled with my job internally. I would never claim to be the natural extrovert, one to find easy conversation with a customer. There have been weeks where coming to work seemed a difficult, begrudging necessity. I believe those times are what made me a better employee. The
The day I was hired on to Walmart was a tremendous day. The moment I received the letter, I felt like my stomach was in knots. It 's not that I was excited to work at “Walmart”. It was the very essence of having my first job. Every teen envisions
Spending the last two years working full-time at my father’s hardware store has been a period of major personal growth for me. For the first time, I took on a serious role in the business. I was no longer the boss’ son: I was tasked with trying to turn around