World of Wonder Careers: Work at World of Wonder
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Spending time with the kids at work, keeping them entertained at all times. Pay attention to them at all times . I’ve learned to care for any child I watch.
Teacher Assistant in Jersey City, NJ
on August 11, 2019
working for this company so far has been a great experience. I've learned so much things, and still is learning. The production team and directors are friendly. Everyone work well together as a team.
Production Assistant (per diem) in New York, NY
on December 3, 2019
At World of Wonder, I was unfortunately passed over for Union Work and was lied to about the show I was working on going Union. After that, I never truly trusted the management. The hardest part of the job was their demands that you stay until the work was finished. Too often I found myself working until the sun rose the next day. 14-17 hour days!
Assistant Editor in Los Angeles, CA
on March 15, 2019
This place does not think about the children or the staff it is the worst place to work and take children. The management is unbearable and unapproachable
Teacher in Cheyenne, WY
on March 12, 2019
A typical day at the World of Wonder starts with morning duty. I like the fact that we all "pitch in" to make sure our students have what they need. Our principal at the Word of Wonder is a good motivator for students and teachers. I enjoy seeing that "lightbulb" moment when my students understand a concept that I have been trying to teach them.
Intervention specialist in 4411 Oakridge Street, Dayton, OH 45417
on September 28, 2018
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