Pros: seeing cute kids
Cons: unreasonable request, poor pay, no raises, negative work environment, stressful, unorganized, poor orientation
At Acelero if you are not a part of the Administrative staff you are a disposable tissue. Lack of communication is scene throughout the work place. Everyone's plate is loaded with more work then what they can bare. People are stressed. Furthermore, the main attribute here is Acelero Learning getting paid, they need district funding to get paid therefore as a family advocate you push more paper then actually helping families.This company does not care about children, they only care about the district funding so the big shots can make their pockets richer. The district has no idea what goes on with the money or they would pull their funding. Acelero is a revolving door you are easily replaced. Worker moral is low, this could be a great work environment. Stress level is high. There's a deceptive aspect of the job, no informs you that you'll be working for 2 separate entities, Acelero and the Board of Education of Camden, hence you'll have twice the workload but your only compensated for one. The building needs work, carpets are dingy. You share work areas. They place 4+ people to one office. Privacy with parents is hard because you share an office with other co-workers. Higher ups constantly delegating their responsibility to others. This could be a great place, but it needs much work. Closing the achievement gap is necessary, but treating your worker well is also necessary. The average pay if your not a teach or some sort of administrator is about $14/hr even with a bachelors degree. There is also no space for growth and no raises. Only annual appraisals that range from a one time bonus of $200-$400. This place has the potential of being a good work environment, but its not.