Pros: free lunch, healthcare, dental
Cons: bad management, being left in unsafe work situations
A typical day would consit of working with the children. we would prepare the food, play mutliple activites such as football , jump rope, volleyball etc. as well as proviidng a safe enviorment for the children because the fact of the matter was that they were abused or abusive and needed to be protected from each other an themselves at times.
In my time there i picked up a lot of life lessons in dealing with people from broken homes/families as well as learning to connect with them past their profile and analysis
Management was abysmal. Every higher up was undermining or not listening to each other which lead to multiple injuries to both myself and many staff
The most difficult part of the job was restraining the girls when they begin to assault staff of their peers.
The most enjoyable part was working in general and the children.