Sr. Administrative Assistant I Office Manager (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 9, 2017
This was one of my all time favorite jobs. I worked with the working poor on skid row and pico union area. I wore alot of hats which is the nature of the business. I was able to stretch, grow and help others. It is a non profit so lay offs are common which is what happened to me.
teacher (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – February 28, 2017
The location and my job was awesome unfortunately I found something better for my family and I. The children and the parents at the location where also good but didn't stay long to get to know them in more detail way.
Manager (Current Employee) – Hollywood, CA – November 7, 2016
Happy to be part of a group that values social change, education, family well-being and community. We have challenges, but so do all of the for-profit employers I've had. I'm grateful for the opportunity.
Too Cultural not open minded towards different people.
Administrative Clerk (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 12, 2016
I worked for this company for Two years, and please I would suggest your company change it's name. You are not for the kids, and also management is terrible. They do not care about what happens in the interior. Employees are mistreated, and also over worked. Students lack respect. Management is terrible. Vanity is the key here. DO NOT be mislead by the falsification of the photos you see online. It is all a hoax.
staff (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 21, 2016
The parking is horrible. Classes tend to be out of ratio. Some teachers are not fair towards other staff members. There needs to be a great deal of consistency in the classrooms. Also the location of the school isn't safe for children nor staff. Eventually they are going to need a lot of security around the school.
It's a job, some of the staff are nice
Low paying job, unsafe school surrounding, parking is HORRIBLE, dishonesty
Teacher Associate (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 2, 2015
I clock in grab my classroom book to take roll of students present. Take then down to eat, then to play. The next hour is doing homework help and answer questions. What I've learn is childrena re very engage if you make fun activities but learnable as job requires it. The hardest part is trying to help many children with upsets, crying, fighting, and questions at the same time. The most enjoyable is playing outside during play time with children and the hugs too.
Administrative Clerk (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 30, 2013
This after school program was a great place for kids to keep busy instead of being on the streets. Homework, activities, theatre were just some of the things kids enjoyed. Lots of teachable moments. I enjoyed every minute. Learning about our different families and getting to know them was a great experience.
Career Advisor (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 30, 2012
We have a great team of Career Advisor that work very well together to ensure that all participants receive the services they are in need of. Lots of paperwork due to tracking services provided to youth in order to maintain files up to date an current for state and city monitoring. A typical day at work is updating case notes on computer system, having youth visit through out the day for assistance in job searching, updating a resume, supportive services, assistance with school/vocational enrollment, or to use computer lab.
hour lunch break, get to go out in the field and receive mileage reimbursement