Work feels like home at The Children's Home of Cincinnati a Top Workplaces 2017
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
“We are a true team in every sense of the word,” she said. “I’ve never worked at a place that utilizes everyone’s talents and brains the way that our high school does. We really focus on letting everyone shine.
”Wietmarschen calls her time with the Children’s Home, a non-profit organization that serves kids with behavioral and learning challenges, a “journey” that’s been exceptionally fulfilling.
In her current role, she teaches a transition group of 18-to-22-year-olds with autism and other special needs. This involves teaching life skills — writing resumes and cover letters, mastering public transportation and other practicalities — that help kids acclimate to the world outside the classroom.
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