Pros: free food, flexible hours, a good place to help the community
Cons: example: short breaks, healthcare, etc.
A typical day at work included me getting up at five in the morning and going in at six until eight am. I would watch kids, give them breakfast, and do creative activities. I would go back to work again from three to six after school and help them with, homework, give the snacks, and do whatever they pleased on a monitored level.
I learned how to communicate – more... with children which taught me patience. I also had to deal with kids that hand handicaps and they gave me a really good sense of communication and tolerance. I had great time management and I was the only person that watched a group of about 30 kids. I had the responsibility of unlocking and locking the doors to the schools and dealing with other issues while being the only person in the building. The hardest part of my job was me reminiscing on my childhood and every part of the job was enjoyable. – less