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Teachers Assistant (Former Employee), clarkston, gaFebruary 18, 2014
Partnership for community action was very ghetto. The teachers has red, purple, blue hair.
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Cultural Diversity and Families are exciting and interesting,especially the children!
Lead Teacher (Former Employee), Scottdale, GANovember 5, 2013
Pros: caters to the needs of the community as a whole.
Cons: limited transportation for children and families to and from the center
This non-profit organization is a great place for adults/staff to work with children and their families!
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Clerk (Former Employee), Clarkston, GASeptember 3, 2013
Pros: crew, easy transportation
Cons: healthcare, long hours little pay
As a seasonal worker you go where they tell you. The days are somewhat long and tedious. Lots of paperwork and calming clients. Trying to complete reports for management as fast as possible.
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Productive and Rewarding place to work!
Intake/ Data Entry (Former Employee), Decatur, GAJuly 3, 2013
Pros: servicing the community
Cons: liheap (seasonal position)
Partnership for Community Action is a Non-Profit Organization that assists the community with different things such as, Food, Daycare, Rent, Mortgage, Utility Bills, Weatherizing homes, Entrepreneur classes, etc.

I was first introduce to PCA in 2010, I went into the office hoping to get assistance with my light bill, through their LIHEAP program for – more... low income families. Not only did I receive $350.00 on my light bill, I also receive an invention to come back for an job interview. I gladly accepted and became an seasonal employee with the same program that Blessed me. I was now able to help return the Blessings to the community. The employees and Supervisor was all so fun to work with. I was Blessed to be able to work with them for 3 additions seasons. – less
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What it taught me
Intake Clerk (Former Employee), Monroe, GAJuly 3, 2013
Working a Actions was my first job ever. This job gave me great outlook on how to deal with people in the business world. This job took me being able to communicate with a lot of different people. It also pushed my customer service skills to a new level in how to be nice even when the client is not. I had to communicate with people clearly in person – more... and over the phone. I learned how to take calls and take accurate messages and leave them. This job also gave me an opportunity to enhance my computer skills and to type in a timely manner. – less
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Policy/ Business Consultant (Former Employee), Clarkston, GAApril 23, 2013
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I was a contractor. Therefore, I was not privy to the inter working of the company. Overall ok place
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Productive, and safe environment
Teacher (Current Employee), Clarkston, GAJanuary 3, 2013
Pros: teaching and watching kids learn
Cons: short breaks and not enough computers
A typical day at work is fun and exciting.
What I learned is to be patient.
Management is supportive.
My co-workers are hard workers.
The hardest part of the job teaching and dealing with non English speaking children and parents.
The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to be apart of children's educational endeavors.
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Community Action Agency
Program Coordinator (Current Employee), Clarkston, GAJuly 26, 2012
Pros: easy work enviroment
Cons: to many challenges
Easy going, workload to heavy, management need assistant in understanding the day to operations of the program. Co-workers are hardworking. Under paid for the work conducted. Enjoyable part are the clients you serve.
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Helping those in need fills the heart
Intake Specialist- LIHEAP Program (Former Employee), Clarkston, GAMay 2, 2012
Pros: making a difference
Cons: seasonal position, no benefits
Going home everyday knowing you have made a difference in the lives of families is a great feeling. The hardest part of this job was having to turn away clients when they didn't meet the eligibility requirements but clearly needed the assistance. I loved meeting new families, and seeing the elderly clients return each program year. Management of the – more... program changed hands a few times which made it difficult to adequately service the client without confusion and delay. – less