Retail, Thunder Bay, ON - 6 September 2016
The Community Clothing Assistance is a non profit organization. It felt good to be a part of the team. They help low income people, people in crisis, and the homeless, by giving them free footwear and clothing. They receive lots of donations daily and sell everything at a low price. i learned cash register experience and how to make data-sheets on the computer and advertise on social media. The co-workers are super nice and easy to get along with, the management is also good. A typical day at work involved sorting donations and placing them out in the store front where they belong, social media advertising, writing out a data sheet for referral forms on the computer, cleaning, answering phone calls once in a while and locking up the office at the end of the day. I enjoyed everything i did, i don't recall any hard parts of the job.