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Anonymous shared this review of Teach for America, United States on Mar 18th, 2021
"Great maternity leave, understanding managers, flexible schedule. Opportunities to grow new skills"
Anonymous shared this review of Teach for America, United States on Mar 6th, 2020
"A good place to start your career but beware that the 2 yr teaching placement is gruesome. The kids aren’t the problem with TFA… The politics associated with the education system are. Sadly, on the organization side, there is an increased level of prejudice and bias that folks rarely admit to harboring on staff. Unfortunately, it trickles down into schools and classrooms, perpetuating white savior complex, leaving directors, managing directors, VPs and above with juicy benefits/ great work life balance that ironically exist at the cost of kids’ personal growth and teachers’ sanity."
Anonymous shared this review of Teach for America on Jan 16th, 2019
"You must advocate for yourself to succeed. Flexible, but can be grueling depending on your team."
Anonymous shared this review of Teach for America on Feb 27th, 2018
"very common to be a parent and majority female company"
Anonymous shared this review of Teach for America on Jan 9th, 2018
"It can be very difficult at times, but the benefits and salary are competitive for a non profit. In my experience, my position has afforded me the ability to live my best life (tending to family needs) but it has not made me feel like I am on a path for advancement professionally."
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