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While I was working at the Ymca I was doing volunteer work.i was not getting paid I was helping organize function for arts festivals it was a good feeling giving back to the community I felt good inside and working with people that were not there just for the money just to fellowship with others that enjoy working
Working with others
As a full time VOLUNTEER here one winter I was abused from the 2nd day. I watched customers, staff, volunteers, members ALL abused here by my young manager. Demeaned, demoralized, harrassed and taken for granted. Thanked ONE time in two and a half months. AT NO TIME EVER was any manager concerned for my well being or development. When people complained about my young manager NOTHING was done! He was allowed to abuse people with impunity for eight months. THE YMCA OF THE ROCKIES IS A FRAUD! Christian principles? A LIE. AVOID WORKING HERE! They won't treat you well.
Food was ok. NOT Worth daily abuse
A FRAUD! They have NO respect or regard for employees!
A typical day at work is usually pretty relaxing you can kind of just chill out unless there is something to do but they are also very good about making sure people arent on their phones and doing stuff they shouldnt be while working. I learned how to work with kids and got my first aid certification for free.
Great work environment good work culture amazing people amazing management every two or so weeks we would get people bringing in their culture and their food and having events and it was a very fun and easy-going job
Free food, good management, Great work experience
No pay, stressful
No answers on first page, as not applicable. I was a volunteer, received training and an interview, background check, etc but I was not paid and little experience with the other staff so I can't really answer that. Good place to volunteer, good perks. oh this page says it's required to answer some of these questions...keep in mind I'm volunteer.
Free training, membership with enough hours volunteered
Seemed difficult to move up to other (paid) positions
I had a great experience at the YMCA and the people there are very helpful. they were also fair when it came to asking me to do things and gave fair hours.
The People there are fair and nice
The job wasn't permanent.
This is not a place to get rich but it is family. There are people who work there who do all they can to keep teens involved and help teens succeed, even after getting into trouble. The YMCA family is real, caring and helps us grow. There are some good youth leaders that should get a raise along with all of the volunteers. The YMCA needs more donations, support form the city, and help getting grants, It is worth raising money for
This is a family place and a great place for teens
low pay and not the ritz
it was a joyful day at work, I've learned so many things about the children and the environment, it was a good workplace culture, the hardest part was getting all the children's to pay attention, the most enjoyable is when we all enjoyed through the end of the day.
I was not paid as it was a volunteer opportunity not a full job, volunteered for over 25 Teens Nights, 4 Hours a Night. Amazing learning opportunity and gained great experience and help in order for a job, hard working and very collaborative team. Amazing Overall Experience!
YMCA is great non for profit organization that is geared to helping the community. While working there I was fulfilled by helping the young kids from different backgrounds gain life skills as well as social skills to help them grow as adults in the future. You have children that come from hardships and it was fulfilling basically becoming a mentor to those who come from those troubled upbringings giving them a different perspective on life and having fun doing so.
I have the kids snacks ready before they come back from playing outside I learn that working with other kids isn't easy as it seems The manger at the YMCA is fair with everyone No discrimination to culture The hardest part about the job is that there are time where you are stress and have to take a break The moat part I like about the jobs was the kids and staff it was like working with a family