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Minnesota Reading Corps Overview

Minneapolis, MN
1001 to 5000 employees
2003
Nonprofit Organization
K-12 Education
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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Minnesota Reading Corps demonstrates how service and science can accelerate improvement in both students and systems. By mobilizing the people power of AmeriCorps, Reading Corps provides evidence-based literacy interventions and data-based assessments to children from age three ... Read more

Mission: All Minnesota children will become proficient readers by the end of third grade.

Minnesota Reading Corps Reviews

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    I have been working at Minnesota Reading Corps part-time

    Pros

    Working with the kids and watching them grow.

    Cons

    Not being told you cannot bank hours and if your short, you have to make up for it afterwards. Having to work (community service) over every holiday.

    Advice to Management

    Be clear and up front about the contract.

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Minnesota Reading Corps Photos

Minnesota Reading Corps photo of: Tutors can earn up to $5,730 to help repay federal student loans or cover the cost of furthering their education.
Minnesota Reading Corps photo of: Since 2003, Minnesota Reading Corps has provided early intervention services to over 125,000 age 3 – grade 3 students.
Minnesota Reading Corps photo of: Our tutors come from all walks of life, including recent college grads, career changers, and retirees.
Minnesota Reading Corps photo of: PreK tutors are embedded into the classroom, serving next to the lead teacher while implementing our intervention model.
Minnesota Reading Corps photo of: Elementary Literacy Tutors work with students daily, one-on-one for twenty minutes.
Minnesota Reading Corps photo of: It all begins with the letter A.
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Minnesota Reading Corps Interviews

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    Anonymous Employee in Minneapolis, MN
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Minnesota Reading Corps (Minneapolis, MN) in September 2014.

    Interview

    First I applied online. Then I had a phone interview where they asked pretty basic questions about who you are, your values, and why you want to spend a year of your life volunteering. Most of the questions were on the online application, so I had already prepared answers for them. I think I had a second interview where I had to read a passage aloud.

    Interview Questions

    • They asked me about why I considered community service to be important to me.   1 Answer
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