Teacher Assistant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – February 28, 2018
the children make the job worth working i love springboard but we need more hours. and more money other than that springboard is a amazing workplace. i would recommend anyone to work there that love children.
Provide a safe a nurturing environment for the students.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – May 21, 2018
Provided homework help, assisted with snacks, toileting, helped create lesson plans, and assisted with field trips. I learned all children have different personalities and each child should be treated as an individual.
Assistant Teacher (Current Employee) – New Jersey – April 3, 2018
Overall a good part-time job. Pay is great, better than anywhere else in the area, and the kids make it fun. The biggest downside is the position is part-time so you wont work more than about 20 hours a week.
Site Coordinator (Former Employee) – Sayreville, NJ – March 26, 2018
This company will continue to have a high turn over rate, due to management. I was working as a Site Coordinator at one location actually just started the job 2 months in. One, I was working out of an storage unit used by the school maintenance crew. Two, large group of children for just 3 staff members received no help. Thirdly, I was ambushed, threaten my job, and disrespect by management for something that could have easily been handled during work hours very unprofessional. I left the job within 2 months.
T.A (Former Employee) – New Jersey – March 25, 2018
The pay starts off great, but the hours are not guaranteed. When your in ratio staff are sent home. Management is a disgrace and people obtained their position by default. (Degree is Not required) People quit every month. Came home with a headache every night.
Starting pay rate
Lack Management, hours, just caous, Very noisy, unorganized
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Glenwood Springs, CO – March 18, 2018
Fast paced work, you have to be able to maintain the work/life balance if you can do that its a good job! As a program manager you have to be able to work independently and be ok with online training/ conference calls. Having experience in HR, marketing, state licensing for education and training new employees is a big bonus.
Flexible schedule, work from home (part of the time)
Emergency subbing makes it difficult to complete program manager duties.
Site Coordinator (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – January 19, 2018
Started working as Site Coordinator but once started found out I also had to be the actual Preschool teacher also. Got thrown into a position I did not sign up for. Then my coworker and I was ordered to cover another school, and licensing showed up and we got in trouble for having the school age kids and preschool together. Management went behind my back and told my coworker things about me. My coworker stated management was very unprofessional and she promised she would not say what they told her. Very unprofessional.
Site Coordinator (Former Employee) – Colorado – January 14, 2018
The Company use to be a great part-time job until people got promoted and put really horrible people in charge. The ones who got promoted ignore all the issues to avoid dealing with them. The programs can’t keep good people because you get treated like a peasant. Horrible people run the company now. Stay far away. You will never get more then 20 hours in a week and will be forced to work unpaid for major part. Move on to a better company and get paid more as well!
After School Teacher (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 13, 2017
This company have good pay and is flexible, they dont offer benefits unless you are a full time worker but it is pretty flexible where you can work other jobs and go to school if you are working towards a degree.