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Brighton Center selected as a San Antonio Business Journal’s 2020 Best Places to Work company!

Brighton Center San Antonio Business Journal’s 2020 Best Places to Work

Brighton Center is proud to announce that we are one of San Antonio Business Journal’s 2020 Best Places to Work!

This year the San Antonio Business Journal chose to elect 75 employers in four categories. Specifically, these categories are based on raising the bar for providing work environments that promote job satisfaction and productivity. In fact, Brighton Center is the only non-profit organization in the “Large Employers, 100-499 Employees” category.  In addition, we’ve listed here the many benefits of working at Brighton Center.

Brighton Center is a non-profit organization that provides multiple services and programs to help prepare children of ALL abilities ages 0-8 for a successful educational future. We operate two Nationally Accredited Early Childhood Education Centers in San Antonio, provides occupational, speech and physical therapy to babies and toddlers and have education advocates on staff that work with parents to ensure their children are getting the support and resources they need to be successful in school. Altogether, Brighton works with approximately 3,500 children and their families annually. We are proud to be recognized in San Antonio Business Journal’s 2020 Best Places to Work.

Click here to view the official announcement and watch for the special publication of the Business Journal July 17, 2020 where the San Antonio Business Journal will announce the order of rankings for the 2020 Best Places to Work in San Antonio!

Brighton Center Child in Class

My daughter currently attends the Lullwood campus. Since she has been at Brighton she has consistently made developmental strides. She is part of their Early Childhood Intervention program and the increased knowledge of their staff about recognizing and addressing developmental delays has been critical in her development. Brighton’s practice of inclusion where both children with and without disabilities and delays are taught together is extremely important to me. It shows my daughter how no matter who you are, we are all important and worthy of understanding and respect. I cannot recommend Brighton more.

Ken Thieme