I spent 3 months of training only for none of it to actually prepare me for the job. It was my first time having to manage large groups of kids and I wasn't prepared at all for it; they immediately pushed me into the more rowdy group of kids on the first day and the few days after, expecting me to know how to handle all the chaos on my own when I was just barely learning the kids' names. Apparently they don't want you to learn, either, since they didn't even give me a chance to. I had only worked for two months before they began cutting my hours, making me leave after only an hour of work because "there were too many counselors and too little kids." Soon I was laid off. Don't post that you're urgently hiring if you don't need more employees, then! But I surely learned a lot from working with the kids. As far as the job itself goes, though, I didn't have the best experience.
Interacting with the kids one-on-one
Cutting hours, unorganized, doesn't allow you to learn
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