April 15, 2012
For Charities With Difficult Clients, Job Interviews Can Be Tough
At the Virginia Home for Boys and Girls, officials work hard to hire the right people for what it calls its “teaching parent” positions—married couples unrelated to the children, who live in two-bedroom apartments attached to the charity’s group homes for abused, neglected, and otherwise troubled children.
The positions are so important, and so demanding, that one of the first things the Richmond organization does in evaluating potential employees is what
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