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Residential Counselor (Former Employee) –  Bennington, VTSeptember 5, 2018
Spending time and doing activities with residents.
Providing for their future gives a very warm feeling, a feeling of accomplishment and its actually a lot of fun.
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Official response from Vermont Permanency Initiative
September 10, 2018

Thank you so much for sharing your feelings about the work you did at VPI South. I am sure that you have touched many lives while working here. Best of luck to you.

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Do not recommend....
Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) –  Bennington, VTFebruary 20, 2017
First off staff here are all mostly very rude. Secondly, there are various unprofessional reasons I wouldn't recommend my worst enemy to work here. They don't pay time and a half for working on holidays. I was made to drive a vehicle that failed inspection, in which I went off the road a couple days after. This place is very disorganized and they have no regards to your personal life.
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I'll have to think....
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Too many to list.
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Official response from Vermont Permanency Initiative
August 15, 2017

Vermont instituted a sick leave policy and paid holidays was converted to sick time. As for your personal life, you have a work schedule and are able to ask for time off with advance notice. VPI South is not the place for everyone.

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productive work place with ping pong tables.
Youth Counselor (Current Employee) –  Campton, NHApril 19, 2016
It is an interesting place to work for sure. It is a good place to get started in the field but not so much if you are looking for advancement.
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free meals
Cons
no breaks, hostile environment
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