Pros: the fast paced atmosphere, the christian environment
Cons: micommunication between staff
When I first started at CCN I was in the classroom, and quickly moved to the kitchen, where I feel most at home. But soon after, the position of AD became available and I thought with all of my organization skills, determination, people skills, and great direction skills, that I might be cut out for the job. Sure enough, I was right! I loved my time there and my position, but I wanted more! I felt like I had been given a great opportunity, but I knew that I could take on more and I honestly wanted more of a challenge, and thought I would be better served in a a busier office setting, or management type setting. I enjoyed my coworkers, even though if I would have been more in charge, I would have let as much get by. There were a few mistakes that were made over and over because the situation wasn't handled the first time. The hardest part was having to have the BIG talks with coworkers. Even thought they needed to be done, it is always hard. I loved the children, they made every day worth it!