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Children's Creative Learning Centers Overview

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Portland, OR
1001 to 5000 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Bright Horizons Family Solutions
CCLC serves working families by partnering with employers to provide on-site and near-site childhood education centers. For over 20 years, CCLC has worked with businesses to create solutions that foster work-life balance and a sense of security for working parents. In our ... Read more

Children's Creative Learning Centers Reviews

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Children's Creative Learning Centers CEO Tom Wyatt
Tom Wyatt
6 Ratings
  • "May or may not be enough to live on but not bad!"

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    Current Employee - Floater in State College, PA
    Current Employee - Floater in State College, PA
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    I have been working at Children's Creative Learning Centers part-time (More than a year)


    Accountability is very important to CCLC. Good professional development trainings.
    Tuition reimbursement and education assistance through the STARS program does make up for the mediocre pay.
    Most employees are parents and understanding of work/life/family issues. Also 50% discount for your own kids is certainly something.


    Teachers definitely not paid enough. Not enough attention to the mental health of teachers.

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Children's Creative Learning Centers Photos

Children's Creative Learning Centers photo of: Kids Camp Yard
Children's Creative Learning Centers photo of: Builders in-the-making!
Children's Creative Learning Centers photo of: Engaging in some great conversation!
Children's Creative Learning Centers photo of: Some one on one time.
Children's Creative Learning Centers photo of: Teaching children about food and nutrition.
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Children's Creative Learning Centers Interviews



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    Assistant Director Interview

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    Accepted Offer
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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Children's Creative Learning Centers.


    Interview was easy. They asked all the typical questions and wanted to know about my ability to build teams and manage staff. A lot of what I was to actually do in this role was left out and upon accepting the job, I was loaded down with all kinds of menial tasks and basically reduced to a floater as opposed to an actual member of management.

    Interview Questions

    • I was asked about my ability to build teams and retain staff.   1 Answer


    No negotiation

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Company Updates

  • When you're an infant teacher, every coo counts. Want a career that really matters? Join our team of world class educators!

    Go Goo-Goo: Your Responses Light Up Her Growing Brain

    Did you know that 70 percent of a child's brain is developed by the time she's three? Dr. Elanna Yalow, CEO of Early Learning Programs explains how smiling, talking, and interacting with babies helps their minds to flourish.

  • A great teacher knows a million ways to spark a child's curiosity.

    Science for 3-Year-Olds? Absolutely!

    At KinderCare, our curriculum helps teachers introduce very young children to scientific concepts like force and matter. Interested in nurturing the next generation of scientific thinkers? Join our team of amazing educators

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Children's Creative Learning Centers Awards & Accolades

  • Best Company for Hourly Workers, Working Mothers Magazine, 2011
  • Best Companies for Hourly Workers, Working Mother, 2010

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