Substitute Teacher (Current Employee) – Modesto, CA – February 3, 2017
I have worked as a Clerical Substitute, a Substitute Teacher, a Substitute Instructional Aide, and as an After School Program Tutor for the Stanislaus County Office of Education. There are many nice people who work there, and it is a very professional organization that is dedicated to providing an excellent education to students.
Family Service Worker (Current Employee) – Modesto, CA – July 8, 2015
As budgets change, so does your job and daily tasks. No guarantees on job advancement. Seems like quite a lengthy process to grow career wise. At time can be unstable. Very rewarding to work with the multitude of families in Stanislaus County.
Behavior Counselor (Current Employee) – Modesto, ca – February 23, 2015
I very much enjoy working for Stanislaus County Office of Education. They are a very solid company. The staff and administration care about their employees. They are very supportive and helpful when needed. There are limited opportunities to advance.
Secretary/ Admin Assistant (Current Employee) – Modesto, CA – January 1, 2015
The company is well organized and each department I have worked in has been well managed and moral is high everywhere I go. It is a great place to start a career and you can only move up with this company.
Substitute Cadet Trainer (Former Employee) – Turlock, CA – October 29, 2013
Arrive at the school at 6:30 AM check in class on cold days turn on heater, go over day lesson plan for students. At 7:00 greet students departing bus also making sure they are in the required school uniform and proper personal appearance, 7:30 muster school by classes raise and salute morning colors, march students to cafeteria single file they eat their breakfast for 30 minutes after which re-muster and head to class and proceed with the lesson plan. At lunch time muster up your individual class and march to cafeteria they eat for 30 minutes muster them up again march back to class. At 2: 45 muster class for school assembly for colors, dismiss according to classes and march them to the buses. And often a 30 minute staff meeting to update principal and counselor of how the students are reacting to school policy, upcoming events and suggestion.
Great coworkers, a lot of communication between staff.
Working with at risk adolescences very stressful. Prior military only so not open to all.
Substitute Para-Educator (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – July 1, 2012
Working with children really helped me tie together lot of the psychology topics I was delving in to. I enjoy education and I enjoy working in a classroom environment as well as the witnessing psychological development in progress. This was my first taste of seeing psychology in action. Typically I would aid a teacher in her classroom curriculum. I would play with small children and tutor older children.