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17 hrs ago

Server – new

Strand Bistro New York, NY

Please send your resume to the email address above, including your email… Harri


27 days ago

Wine Captain The Strand Bistro

The Strand Bistro New York, NY

Manhattan restaurant in the process of relaunching is looking for a full time wine captain to join our team! We are interested in hospitality-minded… jobsradar.com


30+ days ago

Office Manager

SUCCESS CENTER Winnetka, CA

OFFICE MANAGER POSITION OPEN WEST SAN FERNANDO VALLEY 30 to 35 hrs a week Hypnotherapy /Coaching Business START DATE: RIGHT AWAY!!! (OR ASAP… ClickCast


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  • UC Cooperative Extension 4-H Program

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    Former Employee - 4-H Program Representative
    Former Employee - 4-H Program Representative
    Doesn't Recommend

    I worked at University of California full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    At first I loved the idea of an informal education program based on and contributing to actual research, but realized quickly that this was idealism which didn't reflect the reality of the program. There were many opportunities for professional development, including a 75% discount on tuition within the UC system.

    Cons

    99% of the programs themselves are run by volunteers, who don't understand how and why UC is connected with "their" club. Any attempt to make change is fought tooth and nail. A huge amount of staff time and effort is devoted to ensuring equal opportunity to all youth: a noble goal, but misguided in an opt-in program. It can't work for everyone, so why should it have to? Incredibly low salary, under $20/hr, far below median for education in the area (high cost of living). I needed to be available on evenings and weekends, as that's when many program activities occur.


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