CRMA (Current Employee) – Farmington, ME – May 24, 2018
Helping with the daily lives of my clients was fulfilling. Working in this field you grown attachments to people you work with, and for. In all honesty if the pay was more competitive, for the field it is in I would never leave.
Support counselors by volunteering (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – March 18, 2018
Working there was the same as being one of the leap kids. I learned how to teach others , camping material and learned about my community. The most enjoyable part of my job was being able to be around other people from my community and make a difference.
Provide customer service (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – January 20, 2018
Simple work, go in and go out. Not as hard to manage very simple job, quick learning. Also very adaptable place, and easy to be productive with work and outside work. I learned to work in an office area.
LIT(Leader In Training)counselor (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – January 14, 2018
Leap is an school program that teaches kids to be brilliant in life to help children with homework do resources go out on field days to broaden their horizons Leap is a vey energetic program that kids love going to
Curriculum Development Specialist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 13, 2017
The consultants at Leap are all fantastic. Learned a lot working there. It is an ongoing consultant position however with no pay increases, no benefits, no job security. In several years- not even one paid day off. For someone who wants a pt job- this can be fun. For someone who wants a career- this is not an option as the management does not care about their workers at all.
Communications Director, Group Coordinator (Current Employee) – Lincoln, MA – September 24, 2017
This afterschool program is a wonderful place to get started in childcare. Lot's of fun working here but not much for career advancement and you'd probably need a second job. Great for college students, creatives pursuing dreams, or people starting out in the child care field. It is fast-paced and can be stressful when dealing with difficult kids.
fun, laid back, friendly environment
very fast paced, dealing with some difficult kids, insufficient hours
Gossipy environment but enjoyable with working for clients.
DIRECT CARE STAFF (Former Employee) – Potsdam, NY – August 14, 2017
I worked overnight shift cleaning the house for clients. Patient support checking in on them and prepared breakfast for clients. Management was nice to work for. The culture was gossipy. Left things during day for night workers. The hardest part of my job was trying not to listen to gossip. The most enjoyable was being with the clients and working for them.
Junior Counselor (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – August 3, 2017
I worked with kids in the development with literacy the job is stressful I was getting paid minimal wage for amouts of work I was doing I was also getting treated unfairly by people and dindt like it so I left in hopes I can find something better