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  • "The staff were great and friendly(in 102 reviews)
  • "You'll always bond with a few kids and family members and they're usually great people(in 67 reviews)
  • "Great bosses and coworkers.(in 50 reviews)
  • "Great opportunity to get to know kids in the community and meet other staff my age.(in 34 reviews)
  • "Relaxed and fun work environment.(in 29 reviews)

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Updated Sep 23, 2023

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    1. 5.0
      Jun 11, 2015
      Aquatic Director
      Current Employee
      Charlestown, MA
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      The job is fun and rewarding. Everyone here is easy to get a long with and the kids make all the hard work worth it.


      The pay is very low and some times you feel like you are worth more. The hours are from 12-8 so it can be difficult to do actives with friends that work a 9-5.

      1. 2.0
        Jan 24, 2017
        Site Facilitator
        Current Employee, less than 1 year
        San Antonio, TX
        CEO Approval
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        The organization has a great mission and it provides an opportunity to really make a difference in young lives.


        The pay is barely a livable wage and I had to find 2 additional side jobs to get by. For all the work they expect and all the energy I put into this position, the compensation is pretty pathetic. There is high turnover, probably because people can't afford to work here for long. The HR department is awful and never responds to e-mails so the hiring process was a joke.

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