Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization?
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Pittsburgh:
"Challenging, yet Rewarding."
Pros: You get to reach the people who need you most.
Cons: Non-Profits overwork employees for base pay rates.
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization:
Satisfaction varies program to program, so you could have a great experience or a terrible one. The biggest problem is upper management - completely disconnected from day to day realities of the work, and don't make any effort to help address 'problem' programs.
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in New York:
"Work close to home."
Pros: Transportation - not needing to drive
Cons: Transportation - not reliable
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Cortland:
"Every day you experience something new."
Pros: Most staff is caring and understanding.
Cons: Not enough help.
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Greenfield:
Pros: Interacting with individuals who rely on direct care workers to provide a high quality of life.
Cons: There is not enough recognition from upper echelon employees to the middle managment/lower level employees.
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Atlanta:
"Working in Atlatna."
Pros: I like my commute because I do not have to deal with Atlanta's horrible traffic.
Cons: The traffic concerns. Its horrible getting around the city because of the growing population. I have lived here all my life and the city is no longer a safe city. Too many outsiders are changing the heart of Atlanta.
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in San Antonio:
Cons: Too big