CO-ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – Dublin, Ohio – June 21, 2017
TCC has provided me with the necessary early childhood skills to work in any early childhood setting. I have has wonderful mentors over the years. The best part of the working at The Children's Center was the family like atmosphere.
When I worked at this facility, I received numerous accounts of co-workers and management talking behind each other's back as if we were in grade school. It was nearly impossible to receive any respect, advancement, or acknowledgement.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Bethany, OK – May 31, 2017
This job was a night job and I enjoyed it. I was able to do my school work and learn the process of the company. I got to me some exceptional individuals. Most of all was the families that came in and had shared some of there fondest memories of there loved ones. It made a huge impact on my life.
Great Purpose and Mission but needs new culture and management.
Clinical Coordinator (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – April 28, 2017
The culture of the organization does not coincide with the mission and purpose. Extremely, high employee turnover. Some Hierarchy level employees are very disrespectful. Needs new head of organization with a new direction and operations. Need to create ways to keep employees and motivation.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Galveston, TX – April 11, 2017
Intense training. Job was very rewarding and I enjoyed everything about my job. The management of the company was very easy to talk to and very helpful when there was a concern in any aspect of the work.
Teacher's Aide (Current Employee) – New Milford, CT – March 29, 2017
A wonderful, happy, clean place to work. Only con is there is almost no way to make your way up. Pay raises are minimal and bonuses are very few and very far between. I have worked here for almost 5 years and I make 10 cents above minimum wage. Other than that everyone here is very delightful and the children are amazing and full of energy!
Welcoming and exciting atmosphere where you're friends with everyone
Group leader/ Float (Current Employee) – Methuen, MA – April 29, 2016
A typical routine at this job consists of constantly having to sign in and out children from the classroom to or from the bus. We have to have a plan of new activities to do every day and maintain the children occupied. Breakfast, lunch, and snack is always served to the children with strict hygienic policies. Co-workers are extremely loving and we all relate in terms of speaking Spanish. We all work as a team and it's always a great time. The toughest part of the job is being alone in a classroom when a child who gets upset decides they're going to run out of the classroom. It becomes a battle between chasing the child, calling for help, and having ten to thirteen other children to watch over. The most enjoyable part is building a relationship with every child, going on field trips, and laughing with them.