Pros: free lunches, scheduled breaks, and flexible hours.
Cons: being a work study worker you couldn't go over 10 hours a week. would have loved to work more hours.
I would help the employees and Interns prepare food for the students at Johnson & Wales University at Charlotte, NC. I would be moved around from the gluten free, menu-tainment, pizza, and hot stations. I learned a lot from fellow peers and class mates. I learned several techniques that can be used in the kitchen. I also gained more experience with – more... handling time more wisely. The management team were very professional and friendly. They cared about their employees and made sure they knew that they cared everyday. My co-workers were also very friendly but professional. A lot of the employees I worked with were fellow peers and class mates. The hardest thing about my job was having to be prepared to cook for 600+ students. The most enjoyable part of my job would have to be the hardest part of this job. I enjoy cooking for large crowds. It may be a challenge but just knowing the students were satisfied is an explainable feeling. – less