Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization Advice

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

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Chapel Hill:
"Pay Structure."
Be prepared to be responsible for all details of program delivery on your first or second program. Know how to use Microsoft Office suite, especially how to mail merge and how to use formulas in Excel.

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Salt Lake City:
Pros: Helping people, my co workers, it is a great company. Great benefits, understanding management.
Cons: Just that there is a lot of on the job training. Can be stressful at times.

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in St. Joseph:
"Awesome."
Pros: Service to others.
Cons: Pay.

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Chicago:
"Exposure to many issues and solutions that affect society."
Pros: Great team, life-changing work, growth potential.
Cons: Too much work, lack of structure or clarity, office conditions, a lot of learning on the job with little direction.

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Lapwai:
"Compassionte communities."
Pros: Stopping the abuse on women, children, Elders.
Cons: Grant management.

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Spokane:
"Perks."
Pros: I love my members, co-workers and the fun I have there.
Cons: The Stress.

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Columbus:
"Advice to the me of 4 years ago."
Have confidence and believe in yourself.