The WOS mission is great; servicing underserved members of society to successful careers with Fortune 500 companies. The management however is very weak, and work/life balance has a lot of challenges for the managers who do HR work with onboarding vs. having the HR folks do it, and are held accountable at times for people leaving the program which is unfortunate. The also have no progression for promotions and even if you generate a lot of additional revenue, you're likely to receive nothing for it. They will also let you go if the program has a lapse, and then just hire someone else in the future. (El Paso, Nashville, Chicago i.e.).