Building Educated Leaders for Life

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2 days ago

After school 2014-2015 Elementary Academic Teacher – new

BELL Boston, MA

BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life) is a nonprofit organization that partners with schools to expand learning time for struggling students in… BELL


2 days ago

After school 2014-2015 Teaching Assistant K-5 – new

BELL Boston, MA

BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life) is a nonprofit organization that partners with schools to expand learning time for struggling students in… BELL


30+ days ago

After school 2014-2015 Teaching Assistant K-8

BELL Boston, MA

BELL’s approach is powerful and transformative for scholars, families, and schools. Research shows that expanded learning time – particularly in the… Glassdoor


Building Educated Leaders for Life Reviews

16 Reviews
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16 Reviews
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    Former Employee - Summer TA  in  Boston, MA
    Former Employee - Summer TA in Boston, MA

    I worked at Building Educated Leaders for Life full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The company structure is well organized. Contact with recruiters is systematic and staff is responsive. They also screened their hires well.

    Cons

    The company has a great model, but the program was a little unorganized. The program manager was responsible for way too many employees and was not available to really help any of us due to work overload. Although the program itself was well organized, the support wasn't there, which made things hectic

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    There needs to be an appropriate number of program managers for smaller groups of staff.

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