Written by Math Tutor (Former Employee) from Brooklyn, NY on April 16, 2018
Meant to be a one year job (mostly between college and life), it pays very badly (about 14 an hour). If you ave somewhere to live then it is fine, but it is very difficult to live without your parents, or at least 3 roommates with this job.
What are people saying about the leadership at SAGA Innovations?
Excellent Gap Year Gig
Written by SAGA Fellow (Former Employee) from Chicago, IL on August 18, 2016
I took a job as a SAGA Fellow (aka math tutor) shortly after graduating undergrad. The idea was to figure out if I wanted to become a teacher before I committed to a graduate program.
Pros: -Gives you a taste of classroom teaching -Excellent feedback for work -Patient supervisors -Less stressful than Teach for America or Americorps -Tight-knit - more ... teams/staff -Highly-engaged executives -Thorough training -Resume-building workshops and team-building activities -Extremely friendly workplace -Perfect work-life balance (they do everything in their power to help you with self-care)
What do employees say about SAGA Innovations's culture and work-life balance?
Productive and fun workplace with great motives
Written by Tutoring Fellow (Former Employee) from Bronx, NY on February 17, 2017
Saga Innovations was a very fun job for me, and I loved the workplace culture due to its inclusiveness and goals. I gained a lot of experience in teaching math lessons to a very diverse group of students. The hardest part of the job was engaging students with very little interest in math to listen and complete their work, but overall it was a very valuable - more ... experience. - less