Independent Living Advisor (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – April 13, 2017
I only was there for training, and was laid off after the storms that hit my area. I have no negative response. It seemed like a good place to work. The staff was really nice. hopefully I will get the opportunity to work for the company again in the future.
ILA- Independent Living Advisor (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – April 17, 2017
I did learn from my own up bringing that work is more than just labor but it can be very satisfying as well. I do believe all employees should work as a team should as this will allow all students to see how important team work truly is.
Paycheck, satisfaction of working as a team should.
Great place to go for skills and knowledge that will help you get started with a job or career. You can receive you GED, High School Diploma, or trade
MEDICAL OFFICE SUPPORT (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – April 12, 2017
Job Corps is great for anyone looking to advance in life. You gain a trade which is awesome because you are taught the skills to perform certain jobs and gain experience. I would recommend Job Corps to anyone who wants an actual trade.
Career Preparation Period Instructor (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – March 29, 2017
I enjoyed working at Turner Job Corps because it allowed me to give my best to our country's greatest resource,our youth.Today our youth are up against many challenges of today's society. Working there allowed me to give what I have learn through my own trials and tribulations back.Teaching young adults how to carry themselves in the work environment and anywhere else in this world , is always a positive in a time where things can go negative at any giving moment. I truly enjoyed the experience.
Great place to work a culture of growth and development.
Life Skills Director (Current Employee) – Albany, GA – March 22, 2017
I learned a lot about organizational leadership working at Job Corps. I have been able to advance within the company. Creativity is encouraged. I have been able to grow within this company and upward mobility is encouraged. The most challenging part of the job is being able to be creative enough for an ever changing environment. However, this is also the most exciting part of the job. My day starts off with a high level of energy and ends the same way. I have truly learned what a great leader is with this company. I am able to fulfill my passion here by working with young adults, teenagers, parents and children. Working with these groups to build a better life has been very rewarding.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – March 14, 2017
I learned A lot at the company. I appreciate the opportunity to work here . They help a risk student between the ages of 16to 24 years of age. If you can change the life of one child. That's good enough. You changed and helped somebodu
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – December 3, 2016
its a good place to be if you want to make a change in your life and if you want to make a better future for yourself even though there's challenges and obstacle to overcome it would lead u to great things
Culinary Arts Department Intern (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – November 22, 2016
It was orientated, I was on a strict schedule, I was always moving place to place. I learned more about how to communicate fully to my co workers. I had to use time management and multitasking when it came to appointments, classes, and other types of work. The hardest part was becoming sou chef and leading. The most enjoyable was cooking and experimenting with other recipies.
Culinary Arts Department Intern (Current Employee) – Albany, GA – November 18, 2016
when people bully you here at turner job corps don't except the staff here to do anything about you they going to tell you " You are an adult you should handle it on your own." When in all reality it all depends on the color of skin that you are. Please do not come here.