Site Director (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – May 12, 2013
Site directors had to continually lie to parents/school staff saying site would be licensed within a month when in reality in the 5 months I was there staff was not fingerprinted, had any licensing required training, paperwork needed was before starting was not completed until 4 months into the program. Management finall admitted to having no knowledge of licensing Designated area was not safe for children Sire Director had to leave students unsupervised to answer the door. Restrooms designated for the program were kept locked Games provided were mostly on the preschool level Management showed no concern for the needs of the staff Benefits would cost half of pay
None I can think of. Lie a good story but no follow through
Split shift putting almost 70 miles per day on my car, one pay check a month went to fill my tank, the other for activities needed to plan what I considered a beneficial program
Manager (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – January 19, 2015
Learn It Systems has a lot of growth potential in many roles. The company has purchased several new companies to foster rapid growth. Overall the management team is younger so work life balance is easier to obtain than some organizations. Workload can be heavy at times with certain the positions. Often working well over 40 hours per week. Benefit and PTO package are adequate. Very friendly and professional upper management. Pay scale seems fair.
Corporate (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 8, 2012
Learn It is a great place to really take charge and put your own stamp on the projects you work on. The employees at Learn It are all caring, easy to work with people who are passionate about improving education opportunities for today's students.
Program Aide (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 9, 2012
Typical day as a program aide was to be at the school assigned, and helping the students and parent's with any questions. We make sure as program aides that the students are in the right classes, and attendance are signed in and out with the right times the come in and when they are dismissed. We also help teachers get their students the right work books that are needed and exam booklets. I make phone calls to parent's when the student is absent and make sure the parents know. We also make phone calls concerning the program end date and any information they need. The reason why i was sign to this particular school is because of parents not being able to understand english, i was able to speak in chinese.
Head Tutor (Former Employee) – Evans, CO – March 24, 2014
It was a temporary position and work hours never lasted more than 3 hours long. We walked the elementary students down to a local complex and taught them there after setting up the tables for the day. We gave them snacks - provided by the Learn It staff, who were also on site and helped walk the students over. We let the students take breaks and play, especially a lot more at the end of the 12 week period, after they completed their tests.
The hardest part of the job is discipline and for myself, as Head Tutor, getting everyone to keep up on their student's tests scores because occasionally I couldn't scan and e-mail certain student's scores because the regular tutors forgot.
The most enjoyable part was working with the kids.
Program aid (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 18, 2013
A typical day at work for me was looking over children before and after program as well as making sure all paper work was completed. Working for learn it iv learned so much from how to improve working as a team to interacting with the children and building a friendship with them. My coworkers were great we always worked together and were always one step ahead with our work. The hardest part of my job would be the ending of program when there would be children waiting hours for their parents and seeing the terrified look on their little faces. I must say the most enjoyable part of the job was hanging and interacting with the children.
tutor (Current Employee) – Santa Ana, CA – October 8, 2012
It was very rewarding working with the foster children. I learned a different approach working with K-6 students. Management was extremely cooperative. I really did not have any co-workers. There was no hardest part of the job for me. Making a difference in the lives of the children was the most enjoyable part of the job.
the encouragement of children in the learning process.
Program Aide (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – September 9, 2014
Working with the children was awesome. I had 3 to 4 students a day and they would tell me a typical day with there friends and teacher. Sometimes they would get mad and wouldn't want to do there work. But i would speak and let them tell me what was bothering them pulling them to the side and having the student talking made them feel better. The students would get happy when they would get the answer right. If one of my co workers students didn't come in they would help me.
Lead Instructor/ Director's Assistant (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – November 6, 2012
I was an assistant/lead instructor with Learn It Systems and they are so beyond unorganized, it's not even funny. It took 4 weeks to see my first paycheck and I was abruptly fired for the most ridiculous reason.