Woodcraft Rangers
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Education & Training Services
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Youth Leader in Los Angeles, CA
on June 25, 2021
This was just my experience but could be different for someone else. Overall I enjoyed working here but the program should definitely work on some more training especially with site supervisors so they could better lead and give support to team/pod leaders. I do recommend this program to people who are beginning to enter their job field whether that be in education, child development, or any related field. I also recommend this job for entry level people who just graduated high school. It’s definitely a good job but definitely do make sure it’s something your passionate about and are okay with a few cons. I have compiled a list of pros and cons and hope it helps: Pros:•flexible hours•understandable when it comes to family emergencies •your always learning skills from the kids and your manager•site supervisor truly wants you to learn and helps when possible •amazing co workers (at least in the school I was placed) •parents are amazing ! Cons: •understaff so be ready to take extra workload •some of the teachers are mean and talk negatively about the program and staff members, so keep your distance as much as possible and try to build thick skin (varies by school) •will have you do work that is not in job description•10 min breaks were short or sometimes forgotten due to the program being understaffed. •very unorganized leading to confusion and stressful environment for pod leaders.
Woodcraft ranger in Los Angeles, CA
on September 16, 2021
If you work over time they will NOT pay you. You have a time card that they will edit if you work over time to make it seem like you worked normal hrs
Club Leader in Los Angeles, CA
on August 31, 2021
Staff could do a better job at training new hires. Moreover, there are unrealistic expectations for sites when it comes to number of students, clubs, and paperwork. There seems to be very little grace from hire ups and you don't feel included unless you know someone who is a hire up and they like you.
Supervisor/Manager in Los Angeles, CA
on April 2, 2021
The company provides training and support with opportunities to provide feedback in areas of growth or improvement. The organization provides a great culture of inclusivity and collaboration across departments. The agency events and culminations are incredible and really showcase the work of my peers and our students.
After School Program Assistant in Inglewood, CA
on March 3, 2021
Always something new to look forward to, but short hours. overall you learn a lot and build good relationships with the people working there overtime.

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