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Walgreens has given me many opportunities to progress in position. I started at the age of 17 as a co-op student in high school. The pharmacy staff took me under their wings and helped me learn all about pharmacy. I quickly was able to attend pharmacy technician classes to become certified, which Walgreens paid for. I then took the exam and passed! Once I was officially certified I received a raise. After that they wanted to be a Senior Certified pharmacy technician. I was given the job to do the Pharmacy Technician schedule. It can be frustrating but I soon became good at it and try to meet everyone's needs. After testing me on a few things, they decided that I would be perfect as a Senior Certified Technician and then received another raise! My coworkers are partly why I love working at Walgreens so much. We are like family and will do anything for each other. The pharmacy staff have always encouraged my love for school and kept me going in times of struggle.
I enjoyed my time with Walgreens Pharmacy. I started as a designated hitter and worked my way to senior pharmacy technician. Walgreens helped me to take the PTCB exam and become certified. The pharmacist's I worked with were awesome! My store manager was lacking however and it was sad that the district manager or anyone higher up never noticed. He made the work environment less than desirable and all employee moral was down due to it. A few long time, hard workers even quit under his management.
I have worked for this company for seven years while I was in school. Even though I was part time, I was given all the opportunities a full time employee was given. Now that I am taking a break in between schools and have moved to the pharmacy. Management has been very supportive both on the sales floor and now in the pharmacy. I will soon be going to the state certification class. The company had a prep class for the test then pays for your first time taking the test!