High Sierra Pools, Washington, Maryland, Work Abroad
Experience with agency Work Abroad was positive.
All praise for agency . Good cooperation . The agency tried to always be in the right place and we do not have any trouble during the program . We had the full support while we were over in a white world. Really no complaints about the agency.
Experience with location Washington, MD was positive.
As for the second job , I immediately found another job. I worked as a lifeguard for the two companies . It is not so hard to find another job , but has to be made . It was Sunday when I worked 96 hours in one week so that it can make money when going there to make money. On the other hand whom are not as important enough steam had a job to cover the costs of travel and to repay some money . Despite two jobs, I sometimes found the time to get out , circulate at clubs and relax. Americans are generally friendly to Washington and the surrounding area . Ready for date , without prejudice and ready to help if you need anything . I plan to repeat this experience next year .
Experience with employer High Sierra Pools
Lifeguard's job is generally not difficult . The worst enemy in this work is boredom. The pools are generally shallow so that it is rare that there is any intervention . Spend the whole summer at the pool , in addition to young people , sunbathe , swim , enjoy and be paid for it. So if you ask me , it's not at all bad. ; )
This review represents personal opinion of Alek Armbruster who was participating Work & Travel program in year of 2013 with agency Work Abroad, working at High Sierra Pools in Washington, MD.
Jul 28, 2016