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What is it like working at Volunteers of America?

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Louisville:
Pros: Making a difference and feeling appreciated!
Cons: Senior Management making decisions that I deal with daily without being consulted.
Its a great opportunity for a spring broad to learn as much as possible.
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Trenton:
Pros: An opportunity of a life time to grow and learn
Cons: Low salary
Very satisfying and challenging.
Administrative Assistant in Santa Cruz:
Pros: The people i work with.
Cons: A lot of deadlines and not being paid enough wages.
Rewarding and debilitating.
Direct Support Professional in Jeffersonville:
Pros: Caring for my clients; my coworkers; flexible schedule
Cons: raise freezes; small bonuses; money not going directly to clients; complicated to communicate with upper management; paid less in this branch of VOA than other local branches
Finding fulfillment working for non profit organization.
Executive Director, Non-Profit Organization in Mandeville:
Pros: Serving clients in need and all fellow employees who feel like large extended family
Cons: Annual rate of pay
Stressful but Satisfying.
Director of Operations in Salt Lake City:
Pros: I feel appreciated and I know we do good work.
Cons: It is extremely stressful and I am underpaid.