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Based on 2,259 responses, the job of Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.79 out of 5. On average, Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organizations are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization?

January 2015
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Helping humanity.
Cons: Office conditions.
February 2015
"Work flexibility."
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Help others and being a positive influence in the community and the youth I serve.
Cons: Not reaching all of the youth I come in contact with.
February 2015
"Something New Everyday."
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Earning my students' trust, supporting their academic endeavors, college counseling, celebrating their accomplishments, witnessing their graduation, listening to them, teaching them marketable skills. Administratively: helping them continue their education legally, detailed paperwork, consulting with other professionals, reasearching how to be a better asset to my program, supporting our teachers, trusting my boss. Outdoing myself today more so than yesterday. Supporting other staff even if it means foregoing some of my duties so that they can get some off-time.......There's so much I enjoy doing.....
Cons: Some lack of common/business sense; red tape nonsense; some lack of vision among our veteran Staff; some prejudice based on preconceived stereotypes......I don't want to say too much.....
March 2015
"NeverEnding Multi Tasking."
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Don't get discouraged by vast amount of projects and responsibilities thrown on you. Realize that it is unrealistic that you will be able to accomplish all of your own set goals because your workload never ends. You may begin new projects all the time with short deadlines. Some projects end up being impossible. Some projects get cancelled mid-stream. None of these issues define you. They define your organizations goals, funding, management, cuts, and overloads.
March 2015
"It's awesome."
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Superflexible, great coworkers, environment, and culture. Learning new things and working with a demographic I love.
Cons: Contracts within a very inflexible, bureaucratic, monolithic system. Works with sort of depressing cases sometimes.
March 2015
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Working with people and helping them find an insurance plan that best fits their needs and budget.
Cons: We are on a yearly contract that must pass federal approval.
April 2015
"Fun via living."
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: For me, sharing with people personal experiences is the best way to guide the way I want to live. My position provides me with the opportunity to meet people and travel.
Cons: I do not like when the people I consult with do not take personal responsibility and it cuts into my personal time.