Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization Reviews

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

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization:
Healthy Start Inc. Pittsburgh is the leading maternal and child health organization in the city. The staff are knowledgeable and dedicated professionals, who truly care about serving the people they provide services to. I love being part of the team at Healthy Start Inc. Pittsburgh!

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Sacramento:
Only commit to what you can reasonably accomplish. Don't oversell yourself.

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Pleasanton:
Pros: Close to home in an easy access location.
Cons:

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Santa Fe:
Pros:
Cons: No one will pay you appropriately. Everyone is old, and there is no trust in younger people.

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Tucson:
"Warm weather, friendly people, light traffic."
Pros: Friendly people, native to Tucson.
Cons: Hot summers.

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Washington:
"Do good, not well."
Pros: People / places / opportunities
Cons: Competitive environment

Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Chicago:
"Chicago -- amazing!"
Pros: Chicago is one of the best cities in the world. The CTA makes it really easy to get to and from work, especially if your job is downtown. There are also many different kinds of industries in this city. Additionally, there is a ton of talent in the area's various institutions of higher education.
Cons: The weather! It can be brutal in the winter, but I enjoy it otherwise. The airport is a bit far from the center of the city, and it can be difficult to get across town sometimes if there's too much traffic and you're not on the CTA.