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General Employment Application

Bright Beginnings considers all applications without regard to an applicant’s race, color, creed, religion, age, gender, national origin, pregnancy, veteran status and/or disability or other legally protected class.

















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Please list any additional Education/Specialized Training you have received related to the job for which you are applying:

A copy of your degree or diploma as well as an official transcript will be required.















1a. Are you at least 18 years old? Required
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1b. Can you provide proof of your age if required?
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2. Are you a US citizen, or have documentation affirming employment eligibility in the US? (proof of citizenship or immigration status will be required upon employment) Required
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3a. Are you available to work between 6am to 6:30pm? Required
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3b. If no, indicate the times you are available to work.

4a. To you knowledge are you related to any child currently enrolled in this program? Required
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4b. If yes, please list child's name and your relationship:

5a. To your knowledge are you related to anyone currently serving on the Board of Directors for this agency? Required
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5b. If yes, please list the Board Members name and your relationship:

6. Have you ever been convicted of or have an indicated report of any crime against a child? Required
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7. Do you currently have charges pending against you for any crime against a child or that would be considered reflective of poor moral turpitude such as Domestic Violence, DUI, Drug Charges, Sexual Misconduct, etc.? Required
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8a. Have you ever been charged with (indictment or official complaint accepted by a district attorney) or convicted of any crime, and do you have pending criminal actions against you? Required
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8b. If yes, please explain:

Why have you chosen to work in Early Childhood Education?

What do you find rewarding about working with children and families?

A child in your class has bitten. The mother of the child bitten is furious, threatens legal action if the identity of the child who bit her child is not disclosed immediately. How would you handle this situation?

You are the only witness to a veteran teacher handling a child roughly, pulling the child’s arm and sitting the child harshly into a seat, and speaking with an inappropriate tone and attitude. What would you do?