Mission: At Play-Well TEKnologies we strive to:
Build problem-solving skills
Provide an opportunity for creative expression
Foster a greater appreciation of how things work
Encourage the qualities of inquisitiveness, self reliance, and ...
I have been working at Play-Well TEKnologies (Less than a year)
- Paid drive time
- Friendly managers co-workers
- You get paid to play with lego's
- Kids can get quite frustrating when they are being stubborn
- Need to learn how to manage a class of 15 kids otherwise it'll be a living hell for you
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Play-Well TEKnologies (Stamford, CT) in March 2013.
Casual meeting over coffee. I was told to dress casual ahead of time. The interviewer had very well thought out questions. He had a few standard interview questions, but some really cool thought-provoking questions as well. He really put me at ease and encouraged me to be myself. After meeting him, he made me really want to work for him and for the company.
20 years ago, our founder, Tim Bowen, had an idea to introduce kids to the world of engineering through building and playing with LEGO®, when the concept of S.T.E.M. had not even been popularized yet.
Since then, Play-Well has been lucky enough to teach over 800,000 kids. Here is the story of how a crazy idea became an engineering program for kids that now reaches over 100,000 kids a year all over the United States.
CBS News came out to the Jar of Hope/Play-Well Event to build the World's Longest LEGO Chain for 7-Year-Old James Raffone. James was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) on September 13th, 2013