Minnesota Reading Corps and Math Corps Careers and Employment
What is it like to work at Minnesota Reading Corps and Math Corps?
No room for illnesses
Written by Literacy tutor, AmeriCorps (Former Employee) from Reading, MN on September 16, 2018
My first few years with ReadingCorps were good. Program manager alone was good. However, you’re at the mercy of your internal coach. My program manager did not seem to care if my IC was mistreating me, nor was my time and work really the thing used to measure my value as an employee. I had illnesses over the winter, as did my children, that caused me - more...
Free healthcare- flexible school day schedule, having kids at work with you to absorb childcare costs
No sick days, no vacation, below minimum wage pay, too many hours expected to work off
What are people saying about the leadership at Minnesota Reading Corps and Math Corps?
of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 21 ratings
Working with kids is great, but management is terrible
Written by K-3 Literacy Tutor (Current Employee) from Reading, MN on April 24, 2018
Working with the kids every day is a great experience, especially if you plan on going into education. However, there is no communication between tutors and managers. The managers will ask for feedback but ignore everything you have to say. When you ask questions no one ever gives you an answer. If you're living in a rural area it is very hard to complete - more...
Great experience working with kids
extreme micro-managing, taxed education "award", very little compensation for amount of work, no communication between tutors and upper managment