Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization Reviews

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Based on 2,385 responses, the job of Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.8 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 2016
"Stress levels are high, often program funding is inadequate."
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Be flexible, practice good self care, set boundaries about you will and will not do. Burn out is high in this field so looking after yourself is critical. Your co-workers are your support, be open and ask for help when you need it.
January 2016
"I have great interpersonal skills with a go to personality!"
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: The healthcare coverage is a very nice thing to have.
Cons: The people and the time crunch. Everyone is in such a rush to get something now!
February 2016
"Proj Coor TCF."
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Freedom, flexibility, benefits, and contribution to the health of the environment and our communities.
Cons: Lack of support from supervisors, lack of room to grow, no opportunities for a pay increase or job title change, and my abilities are not recognized.
March 2016
"Choose another dield."
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
There is no money in this work. We work so hard, have gone through so much school, and have lots of student loans and after all that we get paid peanuts.
April 2016
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Positive work, casual enviroment, stress free.
Cons: Very low pay, limited growth opportunities, niche market.
May 2016
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Flexibility.
Cons: Pay, lack of appreciation, stress,
June 2016
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
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.