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Monterey Park, CA
1 to 50 employees
2002
Company - Private
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    "A+ experience! Could help decide if the education field is right for you"

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    Former Employee - Teacher in Monterey Park, CA

    I worked at Harmony Tree Learning Center part-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    While I was working on my undergrad I decided to switch to the education field and I started working here to get some experience. I got to work on my classroom management skills and got lots of experience teaching in a classroom environment. This was also a good way to decide whether you actually like teaching. The kids here are much easier to handle compared to the public schools so it'll give you a chance to build your confidence handling a classroom.

    Great way to practice lesson planning. It won't be as intense as the lesson planning I learned in the teaching credential program but the management will teach that if you don't know how.

    My co-workers were really friendly. And even though I don't work there anymore, I'm still really good friends with a lot of the people I met there.

    Management really cares about people and the kids. They listened to feedback and the atmosphere was warm and familial. We went to dinner together a lot and also even went on some bonding trips to Vegas and on a cruise. It really brought the entire staff together. At the same time, I did stay after work and made the effort to get to know people. If you leave promptly at 6, then there isn't much opportunity to chat with others.

    Cons

    If unlucky, could get a student that's hard to handle but that'll test how great your management skills are. You have to pickup students for after school but not during summer camp. No big deal since the kids enjoy getting to know you some times. But you do get reimbursed for gas.

    Advice to Management

    Have more feedback for employees to let them know what they're doing right or wrong.

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Harmony Tree Learning Center.

    Interview

    Emailed a cover letter and resume. Received a response via. Picked an interview date via calendar link. Interview was about 30 mins long. Mainly questions were asked and then there was a Math and English test. The test was pretty easy and consisted of elementary level content. The interviewer was really friendly. Was emailed an offer about 1 week later and accepted. Then went in to fill out employee paperwork and received training and orientation.

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