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Para Los Ninos Reviews

Updated Nov 2, 2018

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Para Los Ninos CEO Drew FUREDI
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  1. "Associate Teacher"

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    Former Employee - Associate Teacher in Los Angeles, CA
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Para Los Ninos part-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Such a caring organization that really dedicates itself to help children and families. You will always learn something new and the staff and children will uplift you each day.

    Cons

    None. Great experience. Such a motivating team!

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the great work!

    Para Los Ninos2018-03-21
  2. "Instructional aide"

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      Current Employee - Anonymous Employee 

      I have been working at Para Los Ninos part-time

      Pros

      Nice company. Nice people

      Cons

      There are no complaints here.

      Advice to Management

      Good job at doing your work

      Para Los Ninos2018-11-02
    • "Instructional Aide"

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        Former Employee - Anonymous Employee 

        I worked at Para Los Ninos part-time

        Pros

        Great team of other instructional aides

        Cons

        Cut in work hours, cliques among teachers, change in administration (superintendent) and instructional aide duties, lack of understanding from principals and higher ups, lack of effective school/org budgeting which have led to lay-offs, large classroom sizes and not enough classroom support, lack of funding for field trips, not stable

        Advice to Management

        More acknowledgement and understanding toward the IAs who are always doing their best. Please understand that children should not be expected to behave perfectly all the time and that we are trying our best. IAs are detrimental in the classroom: Changing their position more toward general campus aides is not helpful for children who need individual academic support in the classroom (especially the little ones). Instructional...

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        Para Los Ninos2018-06-23
      • "Amazing supervisors!"

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        Current Employee - Mental Health Clinician in Los Angeles, CA
        Recommends
        Positive Outlook
        No opinion of CEO

        I have been working at Para Los Ninos full-time for more than 3 years

        Pros

        Get to create your own schedule. Feel supported by supervisors and fellow clinicians.

        Cons

        Parking is difficult, and location is not the greatest. Sometimes there are clicks, but is like eveywhere else.

        Para Los Ninos2018-02-19
      • "Good Experience in Early Childhood Education"

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        Former Employee - Site Supervisor in Los Angeles, CA
        No opinion of CEO

        I worked at Para Los Ninos full-time for more than a year

        Pros

        I learned about the Reggio Emilia curriculum and attended various workshops which increased my knowledge in ECE. I was promoted from teacher to site supervisor in 7 months.

        Cons

        The Director and Associate Director are very unorganized and don't have a solid background in early childhood education.

        Advice to Management

        Treat all employees fairly and with respect.

        Para Los Ninos2018-01-27
      • "Clinician/Therapist I"

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        Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
        Recommends
        Positive Outlook

        I worked at Para Los Ninos full-time for more than 5 years

        Pros

        Flexibility, great environment to work for, great clinical supervision.

        Cons

        low salary/wages, lacks parking in the community being serve by agency programs.

        Para Los Ninos2017-08-21
      • "Comfortable work environment"

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        Former Employee - Parent Group Coordinator in Los Angeles, CA
        Recommends

        I worked at Para Los Ninos part-time for more than a year

        Pros

        Friendly caring staff members

        Cons

        Some positions are grant based and only temporary.

        Para Los Ninos2017-05-07
      • Helpful (1)

        "Vast pay differential - using a corporate structure in a non-profit environment to "help" the poor."

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        Former Employee - Anonymous Employee 
        Doesn't Recommend
        Neutral Outlook

        I worked at Para Los Ninos

        Pros

        Great people to work with, teachers and staff that work in the trenches are committed and caring about educating and help one of the poorest areas in Los Angeles. Some really good people have come out of there, and services are much needed in the area.

        Cons

        Has become just like a for profit structure. With people working in the trenches getting 1/3 of the salaries that a VP makes, and 1/10th of the CEO and other top financiers. Just like CII and Children's Hospital the arrangement is top heavy with more directors and VP's and squeezing the people at the bottom, or hiring people with limited experience to work with the people the most in need.

        Advice to Management

        If you can make more money in the private sector, then please feel free to do so, but it is not an excuse to have such a gap between salaries. Half of the people that work in the field and with the clients, have rarely had a conversation or interaction with any upper level management.

        Para Los Ninos2016-09-20
      • "Instructional Aide"

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          Former Employee - Instructional Aide in Los Angeles, CA
          Doesn't Recommend

          I worked at Para Los Ninos

          Pros

          Holiday breaks, weekends off, bi weekly pay

          Cons

          You're working in a community with people who do not want to get helped although the organization is there to offer help. Such as counseling and other social service. They don't seem to care so why should staff? The teachers are either too young and inexperienced or they just don't care because they don't seem to follow through with consequences and disciplining the students. They let them do whatever they want and have...

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          Advice to Management

          Support your IAs and make sure teachers are doing their jobs in providing support and structure in the classroom rather than talking bad about the IAs in the break room.

          Para Los Ninos2016-09-29
        • "Upper Management: Early childhood Ed"

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          Former Employee - Education Disabilities Coordinator in Los Angeles, CA
          Doesn't Recommend
          Negative Outlook

          I worked at Para Los Ninos full-time

          Pros

          The opportunity to gain experience in the field and work with a variety of families extending from Burbank to Downtown Los Angeles

          Cons

          The employee representation is unfair. 6 month probationary period and if the Director doesn't like you, you are out within those 6 months or soon thereafter.

          Advice to Management

          Before following your own agenda follow the pragmatics of Policies and Procedures in which you are funded by or you will lose your program.

          Para Los Ninos2016-06-19
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