I milked my job experience for what it was worth.
Life Skills Counselor (Former Employee) – Virginia – October 5, 2018
I overall enjoyed working at Intercept Youth Services. I applied and was hired within 4 months of receiving my bachelors degree. I did have previous work experience, but as my first job out of college, it taught me a lot about working with a diverse set of coworkers (age, education and experience wise). Intercept helped me grow, although the pay was not great at all. I grew in the field and milked it for what the experiences were worth. I developed professional relationships and gained valuable and memorable experiences working with children, as any human services provider should. Remember, direct care is more rewarding as it also stressful than you initially expect.
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