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The best day camp for kids who love to learn.
Summer Camp Director (Former Employee), Albany, NYSeptember 5, 2014
Pros: great pay for a very fun job.
Each day motivated teachers run classes in the AM. In the PM the campers take part in swimming and sports. This would be a great model for any day camp. A fun place to work.
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Fun work place
Senior Counselor (Former Employee), New Haven, CTJune 10, 2014
I enjoyed working with kids and teaching them different life lessons.
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Pay and benefits are Great!
Retail Business Manager (Current Employee), North CarolinaJanuary 10, 2014
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There was a lot of culture
Assistant (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAApril 19, 2013
Pros: nice people
Cons: short break
I enjoyed the diversity of my students and I learned a lot from them
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Answer phones, help individuals recieve heat assistance through state
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, COMarch 4, 2013
Always interacting with people. Management was great and co-workers .
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Very Active and Productive Workplace
Assistant (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CADecember 4, 2012
Cons: on the 8th floor
The employees at Leap where great to work with. The daily agenda is never really know till you get on site. Management was unbelievable, very humble people. I found the hardest job on site was multi-tasking with multiple jobs every hour. I enjoyed the experience very much as for the other facilitys located in the same building.
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LEAPS values the youth of New Haven
Executive Assistant (Former Employee), New Haven, CTNovember 16, 2012
LEAPS core value believes in empowering the youth of the inner city
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Business Consultant for Start-ups
Business Consultant (Former Employee), Redford, MIOctober 1, 2012
Plans and designs effective technology based learning tools which enhanced learning experience.
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GOOD EXPERIENCE
TEAM LEADER (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAJuly 20, 2012
EXCELLENT WORKSHOP. LEARN MORE DIFFERENCE OF JOB DESCRIPTIONS.
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Meet new people and a friendly environment.
Afterschool leader (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAJuly 4, 2012
Clean environment,the people was friendly and open to help.
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H.O. D Science, Physical Science Teacher
senior teacher, science H>O D, physical Science (Current Employee), Middle managementMay 18, 2013
Pros: good staff interactions
Cons: not having stable leadership.
Teaching grade 10, 11 and 112 physical science., interact with learners , discussing learner performance and sharing ideas on how to improve learner performance., monitoring department performance and curriculum coverage. the hardest part is not knowing who is the leader. the enjoyable part is teaching and being with learners of small classes.