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Youth Villages
Behavioral Youth Counselor Assistant was asked...August 26, 2018

Did I have any experience with youth?

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I answered by saying no and that I was the oldest of 3 children and one of my brothers is autistic. Less

South Oaks Hospital

How have you handled a high stress situation in the past.

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I spoke of my prior job as a supervisor in a counseling center and provided examples of specific tasks needed to be completed. I also shared the importance of team work and time management. Less

Brooklyn Chinese-American Association

Do you have experience working with students?

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I didn't. It was my first job so they didn't seem to care.

Community Access Unlimited

What would you do it a client runs away and will not come back inside.

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call 911

Chrysalis Health

Experience working with youths with behavior

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I have 2 years experience

Brooklyn Chinese-American Association

Q: What does your minor on your resume have to do with your major? Q: Why did you not work for "x" amount of time?

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Q: They are professions that factor in training in both subjects Q: I decided to focus on school. Less

Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency

Describe a time when you had to follow policy even though you did not agree.

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I felt it was wrong and it could have cost me my job.

DENVER MONTCLAIR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Why do you like working with Children?

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I like working with kids because I always learn something new and I love being a positive influence to help them learn and grow. Less

Reed College

What is a problem you've had in the workplace and how did you solve it?

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Most degrading interview process I've ever experienced. I formally applied for this job in early May after being in conversation about applying in March. I was told I was being interviewed, but every week a new email came saying "sorry! it's going to happen next week!". I was finally interviewed around June 15th, and the interview process itself was fine, until meeting with HR. I was under the impression that three candidates were interviewing for three positions, and I found out via HR (and not from the people interviewing me) that there were actually two positions available. After interviewing, I was told "oh, you'll hear next week!" to "oh, you'll hear in two weeks" until finally "you will hear via phone this weekend". Understandably, I was stressed out that entire weekend expecting a phone call, until the weekend had passed and I still didn't hear. On that Monday I emailed asking for a update, only to receive no response. That Tuesday, I finally found out via phone at the end of the work day I was not being offered the job. The people interviewing me made it seem pretty clear that I was likely to receive this job offer, until instead I was kept waiting on the hook from March until July only to not get an offer. In this job market, this really took a toll on myself mentally and I would highly recommend staying away. Less

Community Access Unlimited

Mr. so and so is blind. He comes out of the bathroom and has feces on his hands. He extends his hand in an attempt to give you a handshake. What do you do?

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Guide him back into the bathroom and instruct him to wash his hands.

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