TRI-VALLEY OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL Employee Reviews

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Keep you on your toes
Bilingual Classroom Advocate (Current Employee) –  Monticello, MNAugust 21, 2017
Typical day at work is never boring. Always continuously moving, especially working with Toddlers. Your can obtain a CDA while working for the company, but you have to remain working seasonal position for 3 years. There is barely any positions to move up as a lead or assistant teacher. Pay rate is good, including for a Classroom Advocate (aide).
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Cda, pay rate
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Seasonal, management
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Working with Kids and family
BCA (Current Employee) –  Glenoce, Mn 55366May 26, 2015
Coming in to work to work making sure ours kids are ready to learn, and play learn new stuff. Working with my co workers as a team.
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Fun to learn a new culture
TEACHER (Former Employee) –  Brooten, MNOctober 28, 2013
Working with the migrant families taught you how close their families are.
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excellant pay
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summer employment only
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I was given an opportunity to help out families with their enrollment and qualification for the Head Start & Early Head Start & other AFDC beneifits.
Bilingual Liaison/Family Service Worker (Former Employee) –  Moorhead, MNAugust 1, 2012
Excellent place to work, great people, great management.The teachers played a very strong part in the academic role of the children, however the staff in the program did not have a concept of the diversity and culture that these clients brought to them. In others words, the only thing they knew about them was that they were Migrant worker and they were poor. The curriculum was not gear for them to understand about how to assimulate with the local culture & school environment in Minnesota.Sure they provided books about children in Mexico, but these children already knew that.I believe that this program needed a curriculum to embrase both cultures together.
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this place is a very enjoying family environment, nice people to work with, fun.
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very far for me to travel, from texas to minnesota.
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