I want to work at a front desk/office filing paper work, entering data on the computers, answering phones, scheduling appointments, etc...
It doesn't matter where at, maybe a hospital, or clinic...anywhere that has a front desk/office.
I can't get a job right now, there are none around here at this time. So, how can I get legit experience for later on when I want to start working?
Are there any volunteering organisations in you area? or charities which need people to help them? obviously it wouldn't be paid paid work, but it would get experience in this area of work. Obviously, being in the UK I don't how it works over there, or what volunteering is available in your area. If you could find one that needs saff for clerical,phone work it could be a step to getting future employment in the are you want to work in.
my cousin is a medical assistant ..when she went to college just for 4 months well under 4 months, they had to spend 54 hrs in a clinic or hospital ..u know training getting prepared for the job..while n college so by the time she applied for a job she already did hands on training..and knew everything.. r u volunteering?
Good question. I would say keep your reading, writing and editing skills up to date, maybe start editing people's assignments, typing it for them. Spend time on the computer etc. As long as you have good grammar and language skills and keep on working on them you shouldn't have any problems later on.
I agree with Emma. Volunteering gives you work experience that you can list on your application AND references from people who worked with you.
Volunteer. I've had 3 job offers from places I volunteered at.