Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Rhode Island – October 10, 2018
And talk behind your back.. sound like high school? NOPE. That's admin and management! They are all in a click and attend meetings all day leaving your coworkers to manage everything and anything. TEAM WORK? There is no team.
Internship (Former Employee) – Henry County, KY – February 15, 2018
This is a nice place with nice people but while I was there I did not have enough work to do so I spent most of my time down with the seniors. I enjoyed being with the seniors. This however was not a place I would have a career at because there was not enough to do other then being with the seniors.
Nice people to work with, go at your own pace work, relaxing envirnment
Paid Internship (Former Employee) – Wakefield, RI 02879 – February 2, 2018
A typical day was learning hard and soft skills. I was able to get an internship at URI. The hardest part of the job was getting up early, and then also driving to the workplace. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning new skills that are applicable to other jobs and outside of my life.
CNA/Caregiver (Former Employee) – Buckner, KY – December 29, 2017
I enjoy working here but the pay is not the average pay for a RN. Very relaxed and flexible schedule and great hours. No holidays or weekends. This company does many great things for the surrounding counties and feels family oriented.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Salem, NJ – November 18, 2014
I enjoy every one I worked, I leaved to communicate with parents with a lot a problems. Managements was always polite and speak to you. The hardest part on the job was going out to do home inspections didn't know what to expect when you go to some ones home. The best part of the job was having holidays off.
An awesome program that gives our children a Head Start in life. The Head Start children are overall great students when they leave our program.
Family Case Manager (Current Employee) – South Boston, VA – August 16, 2012
A typical day begins with a follow-up from the previous day. I complete what was not completed. I work on documenting any parent contact in files. I work on updating information that has occur ex. home visit log or any notes sent home to parents. I learned by updating my information constantly, I dont have to do it at the end of the month. therefore, my monthly and quarterly reports are easy to produce because the information is there. I make calls to setup home visits, make follow-up calls from home visits and calls due to unexcused absences.The management has taught me to always be prepared when asked for information pertaining to my case load.I have co-workers who are team players. When we are given an assignment, we all work together as a team to get the job done. The hardest part of my job is not having enough time in the day to help those in need. The most enjoyable part of my job is when a parents or parents have achieved a sense of self reliance. This makes me feel I had a hand in changing someone's circle of depending on public assistance.I feel my work is not in vain. I love helping people!!!
my job is very flexible when i have dr.'s appts., or if i need to attend my son's iep meeting or time off.
Center Coordinator (Former Employee) – Bridgeton, NJ – November 14, 2015
I loved my position as Center Coordinator for Tri County Communication Action Agency. The children at the Head Start Program were so lovable. All of them were like little sponges eager to learn new skills everyday.
The staff that I supervised were also wonderful. I had a great experience being their supervisor. My pay was low, so I was able to enroll my own children in the program. That was a great benefit; being able to bring my children to work with me.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – San Augustine, TX – February 23, 2017
A challenge and a blessing to be able to assist someone in need. Currently assists nine counties with utility assistance and school when funding is available. Most of all, helping our elderly in our communities makes you feel great and appreciative