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The pay is not fair I have been here for a year and with children you have to be patient which I love but it also is a important job to fulfill and during covid i feel as they should at least appreciate us even more. I plan on leaving soon which is sad because i love whag i do but the pay is horrible and for my experience and sacrifice for
Pay is not good at all
It was grueling working as a counselor but about what I expected. Sometimes it feels like there is not enough support from the managerial staff but the employees at the sites are good people.
Working with kids
Not a lot of training
We do a lot of odds and ends, so I feel we should be paid a little more. They are very willing to work with your schedule, but they do get upset when people quit, even when given a two weeks notice because they seem to always be understaffed. Overall, they are caring of the employees.
Work with your schedule & do give small raises overtime, and when asked for
Expect a lot from you that isn't always a main part of the job, things other than supervising the children
I worked here for 2 years and did everything asked. Management replaced me after I didn’t come back for the summer because my mom has an immune disorder and I was worried about her health during these uncertain Covid times.
The kids. Nothing else. Literally
Most of the time, your higher ups will only come in to check in to see if you’re doing anything wrong, but offer no advice or direction. You’re practically just thrown into a school sight and left to figure things out for yourself unless you have a good supportive group of coworkers.
Weird hours, bad management, only part time
i worked at the YMCA for a few months last year. I was in charge of 30 kids by myself at once. It was extremely difficult to keep track of everyone and caused massive burn out, which is why there was a lack of staffing. The manager was nice. Coworkers were nice. I was underpaid and overworked. Poor working conditions. I was not satisfied with working at the YMCA
I felt as though there was a lack of control and organization. We would prepare lesson plans for the week of activities for the children and there was never the supplies we needed. The supervisor wasn’t always there to help. There weren’t enough counselors to deal with the amount of children. It made working effectively very hard.
The children were amazing.
Short hours, pay not enough for the stress
It is a great experience to learn about schools and working with others and kids. I’ve met many new people, gained new friendships, and learned many new things.
A great experience to meet new people.
Not too many hours.
Although the pay isn't the best, the YMCA provides a fun place to work where there is never a moment where you are not being uplifted. The managers and people in charge make sure that you are always happy, and will find a way to make you happy.
The application process was a bit long including multiple online trainings and certifications. There was many job opportunities for weekends and breaks when after school care was not in session, like camps and child care at the main gym.
free gym membership
Working the child care programs at the YMCA is basically babysitting a bunch of kids at once so it can get hectic but it always works out and the kids have a great time. It can be hard but it is rewarding to have the appreciation of both parent and child.