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I have been working at Leadership Learning Community part-time (more than 3 years)Pros
-Work anywhere from 5-20 hours a week.
-The schedule comes out every week and is constantly changing making it incredibly flexible for a college student. you can block any amount of time off before Thursday before the schedule comes out and you won't be scheduled to work then. Makes it perfect for college trips away for the weekend, and for Oregon Football games.
-The culture is incredible. Everyone is extremely willing to help you out if you need a shift covered. you grow close with the ten person crew.
-Long term position. You take take the summer off to do internships or travel or you can work all summer and take classes. You will not lose your job the following year.
-An Average shift ranges from 3-6 hours and during that time you help event sponsors get their event set up and make sure everything runs smoothly. Because your there if the event goes awry you have a lot of down time to do homework or anything that needs to be taken care of on your lab top.
-Pay's solid not great, but right about average for college.Cons
-Shifts can be boring at times.
-Late shifts till midnight on Friday and Saturday night's occasionally.Advice to ManagementAdvice
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I worked at Leadership Learning CommunityPros
Good people to work with. Laid back environment and an opportunity to learn about the non profit world. Good experience.Cons
Very disorganized at times. Little or no feedback about progress within the organization. A tendency of being dreamers and not pragmatists.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Certainly focus more on the bottom line and less on the fancy words related to the organization. Good company though.