Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization?
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization in Boston:
Pros: The organizational culture is great, the work life balance is well maintained, the flexibility is great, the work is directly related to our mission.
Cons: I don't believe I'm being compensated for the work I'm doing.
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization in Atlanta:
Pros: Colleagues and networking.
Cons: Travel can be challenging.
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization in Appleton:
Pros: I like working with the kids and getting them skills to use in the future.
Cons: All of the stress that comes with the job.
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization in Houston:
"Rewarding job, organization needs improvement."
Pros: It benefits the participating adults tremendously and allows them to grow mentally, spiritually, and socially. Challenging and rewarding work.
Cons: Unclear job descriptions and roles and poor communication between levels of management.
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization in 90026:
Pros: I am able to still work closely with students and supervise Teaching Artists. I love mentoring and seeing how arts integration can have such a powerful impact on title one public schools. I have flexibility with my schedule.
Cons: I don't have a regular office, I don't get compensated for all of my commuting to schools. The communication between all of the teachers and Teaching Artists can be stressful as I am a liaison between them and my supervisors.
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization in Greenville:
"Amazing, first hand person-centered approach to skills."
Pros: Rewarding. Help people. Self advocacy. Teach young adults with disabilities how to be proud of who they are, have disability pride, set goals, reach goals, communicate with others, and become integrated and contributing members of their community.
Cons: Low pay.
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization in Fort Lauderdale:
Cons: Pay, lack of appreciation, stress,