Building Educated Leaders for Life

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    Former Employee - Teacher in Dorchester, MA
    Former Employee - Teacher in Dorchester, MA

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    Pros

    -BELL's core values are straight forward and clearly enforced each and everyday of instruction.
    -BELL provides employees with extensive training as well as opportunities for professional development.
    -BELL allows for promotions when there are openings and when an employee displays their hard work and determination for the organization.
    -Upon being hired, I was given options as to which school location would be most convenient for me.
    -During my time at BELL, I was always supported by colleagues as well as received constant feedback and assistance from my cite manager as needed.
    -BELL's mission to help scholars in a free after school program is one that is had not to support. I found that BELL was always looking for ways to improve upon the teaching methods, behavioral management systems, and various other aspects of the organization. I cannot express enough how rewarding and gratifying my experience at BELL has been. I plan to continue working for BELL in my future.

    Cons

    -Cite location made using and having a classroom difficult. In my case, my class was subjected to use a small gymnasium. Luckily, the supplies given to us as teachers helped to adapt the gym into a classroom compatible for my students.

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Building Educated Leaders for Life Interviews

Updated Dec 31, 2014
Updated Dec 31, 2014

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    I had the initial interview over the phone.
    They were pleasant and very engaging. I think the key is to understand what they do, and of course, how they are different than the other programs.

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    • I don't recall the most difficult, but I do remember there was one that threw me for a loop.
      They aren't your typical questions, so sit back, grab a camomile and do your best.
       
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Additional Info

Website www.experiencebell.org
Headquarters Dorchester, MA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1992
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Education
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

BELL is a national nonprofit organization that exists to transform the academic achievements, self-confidence, and life trajectories of children living in under-resourced, urban communities. BELL was founded by Harvard Law School students in 1992 as a grassroots organization, and has since evolved into a high-performing nonprofit offering rigorous afterschool and summer... More

Mission: We exist to transform the academic achievements, self-confidence, and life trajectories of children living in under-resourced, urban communities.

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