VisionQuest Reviews

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    Great on the job learning opportunity

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    I worked at VisionQuest

    Pros

    Really driven to help kids

    Cons

    Can be xhaustive at times

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    Child Care Worker Interview

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    I applied online - interviewed at VisionQuest.

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    Positive process, I loved the training, staff seems helpful and friendly

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Website www.vq.com
Headquarters Tucson, AZ
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1973
Type Company - Private
Industry Education
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

VisionQuest National aims to straighten out juvenile offenders through programs centered on outdoor and wilderness challenges. The company's treatment approach included a focus on education and counseling, complemented with an emphasis on nature, physical fitness, and cultural history. It also includes Native American values and ceremonies; a vision quest is a Plains Indian coming of age rite. VisionQuest has programs in Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, New Jersey, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania. Chairman Bob Burton founded the company with Steve Rogers in 1973 (both are... More

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