Center Director – easy apply
Huntington Learning Centers – Staten Island, NY
will include: Ensuring that each student in your center has an exceptional and… Huntington Learning Centers
District/Operations Manager – easy apply
Huntington Learning Centers – New York, NY
Building strong teams through coaching, team development, and succession planning. Maintain strong bench to ensure a steady talent pool of… Huntington Learning Centers
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“Pretty sure "summer internship" opportunity was created just for cheap labor, not as a learning experience. ”
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It was interesting to see how a supplemental education center worked. Some of the lower management were easy to work with.
Depending on the center you worked in, management could be really terrible and even condescending and rude at times. As a college student, was required to work 40 hours a week at $8/hr. Hard getting time off for any reason, even an hour or two to get to my summer night class. Even though it was supposed to be an "internship", I didn't feel that anyone cared to show me the ropes to the business or anything. I understand doing some low-end administrative work along with at least a few enriching experiences, but all I was given were the administrative tasks no one else wanted (like alphabetizing the bookshelf...). We would have to attend periodic orientations and internship meetings at the corporate office where they would spout off about what a great experience we were getting, but I definitely didn't experience that at all.
Advice to Management
Don't recruit college students for cheap labor under the guise of getting such a great summer internship experience with an amazing company. Either hire them to get real experience or post a job for what it is. Don't force us to go to internship meetings and pretend that we are learning so much. Also pay your tutors more! Just working as an intern I could see how much the students actually pay for each hour (upwards of about $50) and how much the tutors get paid (about $10-15). It creates such an environment of resentment and unhappiness.