YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities?

3.2Work/Life Balance
3.4Compensation/Benefits
3.5Job Security/Advancement
3.1Management
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No Support as Child Care Teacher
Written by Lead Childcare Teacher (Former Employee) from St. Paul, MN on March 8, 2018
I was a lead teacher in the Harding High School daycare apart of the Eastside YMCA. Day was with the school day, 6:30-2:30. Kids in class were children of the high school students there. It was a tough group with little guidance and behavior issues; parents didn't pay any attention and hard to talk to. Not many resources for lesson planning or decorating - more... classroom - no computer or copier to use even. Didn't always have an assistant, so it was a long day with 7 toddlers. Best part of day was nap, they usually slept 2 hours and had to be woken. Nice it was a short 8 hour day and got out ea ... - less
Prosworked straight 8 hours, YMCA membership
Consvery difficult children to deal with often had behavior or development problems, no support from management, alone all day
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