My First Job Working With Trouble Youth

1010 Words Nov 6th, 2015 5 Pages
Through life we have so many different obstacles that we face. When people hear the word change they automatically associate it with something that needs to be fixed or something that is wrong that needs to be made right. I am one of those people who does not like change, change makes people uncomfortable it’s a state in your life when you have to come out of your comfort zone to do something for yourself or for others. A change can be a good thing or bad thing but either way it goes it is something different in your life. An unusual situation that makes a person feel uncomfortable. One thing that changed my life was working with trouble youth. Since I was in high school I always knew what I wanted to do. My mother was an educator and taught kindergarten and I just loved the environment of kids and teens.

I remember my first job working with trouble teens. I was still in college and worked for a company called Youth Villages. I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into but I needed a job and I found this job in the classified. The company was seeking help ASAP! and I need work ASAP! so I wanted to give it a shot. I should have known better when they hired me on the spot at my interview. I was going to be an overnight teacher counselor. I would make sure the girls took their medication, went to therapy, picked them up from school, and interacted with them on the days I had to spend the night. So on paper the job seemed to be rather easy. I remember…

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