We discussed that sleep is the most important part of your life because you spend the majority of your life sleeping regrettably but it is instinctual. We talked about calories and sugars that we ingest every day to get the energy we need however that does not mean you can chug a monster for that small boost.
This week, I went to the store and I looked for hygiene supplies at Walmart to help with getting a job and keeping it. I also looked at professional clothing for interviews. It is best to wear a collared shirt, no jeans or tennis shoes. It would be better to wear khakis instead of cargo pants. If you are wearing dark pants and shoes then wear dark socks not white. Make sure you wear a belt and that your clothes aren’t too baggy. Make sure you brush your teeth, floss, and use mouthwash. Don’t wear a hat and make sure your hair is clean, trimmed, and brushed. Take a shower and use deodorant but be careful not to put on too much cologne. Being professional means proper hygiene and grooming, being on time, and being productive.
I liked talking about food, books, and Disney. I also liked talking to our guest speaker Mr. Mason from Popcorn Country. I learned about teamwork and what I bring to the team. I bring a positive attitude and I always try my best!
Mr. Mason was our guest speaker from Popcorn Country.
He was very nice and informative. Plus he brought us samples of popcorn! He told us about many things including the dress code and what makes a good employee.
I liked it when Hanna’s Husband Mr. Mason came in and explained his job. Mr. Mason works at the popcorn country store and is vice manager he and his coworkers start work at 9:00 to 3:00 Mr. Mason came to our class and talked with us about his job. Mr. Mason talked to us about how his company ships their product to different shops. He was also generous enough to bring us samples and it was very nice of him to do that.
These posts are written by the students of the Employment Workshop Series.