YMCA-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Baltimore, MD
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The Y is the leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community by connecting all people to their potential, purpose and each other. Working locally, we focus on empowering young people, improving health and well-being and inspiring action in and across communities
The YMCA is very warm and welcoming, but would be even better if they raise the benefits they give to those who work in the childcare system.
My experience at the Y has been very welcoming and accommodating. As a part -time employee who was in school full time, the management was always willing to work with my schedule. Since working at the Y, however, it has been saddening to see the amount of work the lead teachers are expected to do without, what I believe to be, proper compensation. Unfortunately, childcare is not seen as a priority in the career hierarchy. The compensation for the amount of work could be a lot better, but overall, it is a great place to work.
Warm, friendly work environment, filled with individuals who are passionate about child development
Compensation is not nearly as much as it should be
• Lead children and teens and engage them in positive, fun and enriching activities that support healthy youth development. • Prepare and submit lesson plans that meet the individual needs of the youth and the overall goals of Y programs for students in grades K-12 located in schools in low income communities served by the Y in Central Maryland.
The Headstart portion of the Y is similar to a contracted agency. My perspective is from a B. City Headstart view not the Y as a whole. I do not believe the Y is built for Headstart. There is a high turnover rate, no raises or incentives for efforts. Evaluations are given but no growth opportunities or bonuses. Applicants should be weary there is no summer pay and they will take legal action aginst unemployment.
Pay, Health Benefits, Access to great teachers, Free Gym Membership
No Rollover PTO or Sick time, no lunch breaks, no summer pay option for teachers, no substitutes, no incentives, no growth
It’s a chill job, you just make sure the children are doing what they are asked to do by the teacher, or whoever is in charge. Not hard to deal with, but can be when they are forced to do what they don’t want.
The YMCA has a great mission but will never own up to the fact that they have a system problem when it comes to the managers. Specifically managers.
I have worked with the YMCA on two occasions and although it was years in between it was the same dysfunctional company where you have no job security at all. Always Drama from management that all go out to happy hour weekly! Boundaries are crossed with Students and their parents constantly.
The only saving grace is the coworkers. The managment sucks, HR is for the EMPLOYER not EMPLOYEES, nepotism just a horrible experience. The world of Head Start wasn't made to be that unfriendly and bougie!
Coworkers and no formal clock ins
Nepotism, harrassment and stress
I was privileged to work with young urban students, growing up in rough neighborhoods. I enjoyed the experiences we shared, we were able teach one another something new daily. I was able to get a glimpse of what it's like for children growing up in Baltimore and I would do it all over again if given the opportunity.
Personally I believe that I was hired to terminate certain employees that they wanted to get rid of. I wasn't given any assistance on some of the duty that I was required to do even though I asked for help.
Working with the children
Unfair as to how they go about firing employees.
Well manage group of people with great personality, characteristics, and fun filling work environment. Working with kids/ teen is one of the most joyful aspect plus watching them grow into the world.
This was my very first job after Camp Champions and I was working at an after school program with the YMCA. While there we provided kids with safe environments while aiming to teach them new things and get them active. Our days usually started with everyone coming in and clocking in and if there were any announcements or things that needed to be mentioned were said at out first get together when everyone arrived and if there need to be an afternoon meeting. If so it was discussed and then everyone would be expected to show up and sign in and if not have valid for reasons for why the couldn't be there or had to leave early. Then the group leaders such as myself would head to our group of children depending on which grade and age group they were apart of. Students and there group leaders would work on homework and get ready for transition to the classrooms or in my case the gym and begin homework and assisting them with those activities. Then we would get into the activity for the day and after that was executed the student could then have free time. If not the students and group leaders continued the assignment for the day until it ends. Everyone would then proceed to waiting areas in the hallways for students to be picked up by their families. Group Leaders listened to there walkie-talkies to know when to send students to the front during activities to send them home with there families. After all students where gone the group leaders would reconvene for our meetings and if not that we clocked and went home while preparing for the day to come. It was a pretty easy but hard - több...
Managment, communication, children, food, co workers, freedom, challenge, creativity, resposibility
communication, children, children's families, activities and etc.