Compare Teach for America vs Centre Pédagogique La Renaissance BETASee how Centre Pédagogique La Renaissance vs. Teach for America compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Teach for America full-time for more than 3 years
- Incredible manager and team - Compensation - Mission - Orientation to innovation and growth - High bar for quality of work/work ethic across teams
- Workload can be intense. Must be good at managing high expectations and tight turnarounds. - Work/life balance in first year can be difficult to strike. Stronger on-boarding could help alleviate... this issue. - Professional growth is available around every corner, but clarity around path for promotions isn't as abundant.
Advice to Management
I have found TFA Colorado to be an incredible place to work. Expectations are high and this team moves quickly. There is a culture of innovation that has allowed me to develop my career in both... technical and foundational ways. The learning curve is steep, and if you're up for it, you're going to grow quickly (and sure, sometimes that is uncomfortable/overwhelming). That said, I've worked at/with a good deal of nonprofit organizations and an excess of work is unique to none. This work isn't the 9-5 kind, so it's important to understand that and have that work for you personally and professionally. I care about and trust my team deeply and appreciate the opportunity to produce high quality work alongside them. I genuinely enjoy coming to work each day.
I have been working at Centre Pédagogique La Renaissance part-time
Good salary and flexible hours
Everything was good, except the amount of hours of work