supply Educational Assistant (Current Employee) – etobicoke area – 13 February 2018
The most enjoyable part of the job is a great team spirit and great benefits . The management is great and flexible and provides the possibility to work within different departments with opportunities to more exposure and carrier growth. i enjoy that i'm able to advance and learn so many things at the same time.
Worked as a leader and supervised kids, leadership role
Summer Camp Counsellor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 February 2018
-Worked 8:30-4:30 5 days a week -Worked with a team of 16 -3 sections: sports, leadership, arts; i worked in the leadership section -Everyday, i learned new things working with different types of people from different cultures and different educational backgrounds -Hardest part was angry co workers and kids who caused tantrums -I enjoyed working with others; meeting new people
Client support /Network Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 December 2017
The most enjoyable part of the job is a great team spirit and great benefits . The management is great and flexible and provides the possibility to work within different departments with opportunities to more exposure and carrier growth
EDUCATION ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 November 2017
working in special needs was rewarding, you knew you did a good job when your student was having a good day and looked forward to their day. You are their confidant. Your really a caregiver, mother, protector, and educator all in one. It can be difficult working alongside teachers, some may feel you are in the way. And it can be a great co worker relationship. Your always learning something new. Always pre planning or preparing for a new task or day. Your communication skills are tested between teacher and student. you learn the true meaning of confidentiality. wonderful experience.
school hours and school vacation.
need permanent status to have sick days, each vacation time your applying for unemployment insurance to get paid.
Event Coordinator/ Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 June 2017
I began at TCDSB as a teenager and quickly worked my way up. They were also very accommodating when I was accepted to a school out of town and allowed for me to work there on my summers off. It is a great job for students to get into the work force.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 19 December 2016
A learning institution that cares about the students, teachers and staff to which I am proud to be a part of. I am confident that if this school continues to trend in the right direction, we will continue to help students grow academically and spiritually.
Serving as an Occasional Early Childhood Educator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 June 2016
I very much enjoy working for the TCDSB. Working with a team of individuals that manage, care for, and teach young children is very rewarding for me. I have learned how to communicate and resolve problems, taking in and understanding the perspectives of others, organizing and planning the classroom and daily activities, and the ability to work as a leader and also within a team.
Summer Camp Counsellor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 May 2016
A typical day at work would include supervising and children with the activities designed for them. Taking turns on lunch shift and looking after the children. Leading the children to the park and supervising during field trips. The most enjoyable part was interacting with the children.
Fun place to volunteer and practice the French language
Presenter (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 January 2016
This job consisted of creating a group presentation with peers to persuade incoming elementary school students to attend St. Joseph's College School as well as to promote the schools amazing French Department. As a grade 12 student, I had been part of the Catholic High School program for four years. Throughout my years in high school, I have been given the opportunity to represent the French Department four times. The best part of this experience was creating a presentation based on the experiences of both me and my peers and being given the opportunity to share my positive experience with others. The most difficult part was overcoming the language barrier and attempting to speak and maintain the French language throughout the course of the presentation