Program Director, Non-Profit Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Program Director, Non-Profit?

Program Director, Non-Profit in Jackson:
"Nordic Director Review."
Pros: Working with kids and building upon my interpersonal skills.
Cons: Dealing with difficult parents and the political aspect of the job and the stress that comes along with that.

Program Director, Non-Profit in Poughkeepsie:
"NA."
Pros: Helping the youth, making a difference in the world, and working for my alma mater.
Cons: Compensation, stress level, off campus location, and minimal office support.

Program Director, Non-Profit in Quincy:
"Learning in the field."
Many of the skills I have gained have been through experience. While college gives you general knowledge and terms, much of what I learned came from doing in the moment and learning from my challenges and successes.

Program Director, Non-Profit in Phoenix:
Pros: Problem solving.
Cons: Logic of leaderships.

Program Director, Non-Profit in Milwaukee:
"Community involvement. Youth and program development. Fund-."
Work life -balance is critical.

Program Director, Non-Profit in Des Moines:
"Rewarding life."
Pros: Helping men obtain freedom from drug and alcohol addictions.
Cons: No future and Job security or insecurity.

Program Director, Non-Profit in Dover:
"Would need to market the program."
Be able to work well with others.