Hillary is currently the Front Desk Receptionist. She started as a participant in the Work Activity Program and has held a variety of administrative roles since joining the organization in 2012.
She says, “I have a disability myself, and I love being able to give back to the disability community! My Day Counts has given me the opportunity to be a contributing member of the workforce.
I would recommend potential job seekers to apply at My Day Counts because they have exceptional leadership, they really care about each employee as well as the participants we serve, and there is opportunity for advancement. I, for example, started by helping with basic office duties, and now I work as the receptionist.
My Day Counts is phenomenal at looking at the employee/participant at an individual level and they advocate for the best interest of everyone involved.”
Judy is currently the HR Manager. She was hired as the front desk receptionist in 2016.
She says, “What gives me the most satisfaction about working at My Day Counts is being part of a team that changes lives for adults with disabilities.
I would recommend job seekers to apply at My Day Counts because it gives employees the opportunity to move up within the organization. A few years ago, I started as the receptionist.
I then moved up to Program Coordinator, and now I am the HR Manager. I am truly grateful for the opportunities that have been given to me, and I would not be in the position that I am right now if it wasn’t for the support and dedication from the leadership team at My Day Counts.”
Kevin is currently a Program Coordinator. He was hired as a Program Aide in 2015.
He says, ” Slowly over the years, I took steps into different positions, which landed me where I am today as Program Coordinator for Life Unlimited.
Working at My Day Counts has taught me several things, but the number one thing it has taught me is compassion and understanding. We live our everyday lives without skipping a beat and never stop to look around and take it all in. That’s what working at My Day Counts does to you. Knowing that you are making a difference in a person’s life gives me satisfaction.
The number one thing at My Day Counts is making our participants’ day count.”
Sarah is currently the Director of Program Compliance. She was hired as a Program Aide in December of 2011 and has held a variety of positions since then.
She says, “The thing that gives me most satisfaction about working at My Day Counts is the sense of fulfillment I feel at the end of the day knowing I have made a difference in another person’s life.
The person-centered philosophy and the mission here at My Day Counts combined with the flexibility to adapt and grow with the current times and ever-changing needs of those we serve make My Day Counts the premier agency in the industry. The staff work together as a unit to strive each day to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.
There is a lot of support for professional growth and development that allows for upward mobility within the agency to allow you to accomplish and achieve any personal career goals that you set for yourself.”
Eloise is currently a Program Coordinator. She was hired as a Program Aide in 2012.
She says, “Honestly, what brings me the most satisfaction about working at My Day Counts is the people I’ve been blessed to work with – the participants AND my coworkers who have the same passion and drive as I have. Every individual I’ve been able to help really brings me a sense of purpose – like I’m right where I need to be. I’m proud to say that I work for an organization whose main purpose is to help people.
I have always believed that if you work hard and your heart is in the right place, you’ll be successful and earn what you deserve. I always knew I had a passion for caring for those who need it, but it was here at My Day Counts where I really started to hone my purpose/career.
While at My Day Counts, I’m constantly wanting to learn new skills and approaches to improve, and it has helped me better serve the community of individuals with developmental disabilities and do well in every position I’ve had the chance to be in. My direct supervisors at My Day Counts have not just been people I report to, but those I consider mentors/friends, who genuinely want me to be successful because they see my passion and intentions. For me, this isn’t just a job/career, it’s my purpose.”
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