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Overall not a bad place to work if you are trying to gain experience or wish to do a directors position and do not need a job with a ton of hours, however if you need a steady income it is not reliable or enough pay to get by. PROS the kids are great, when trying to build relationships with children for future work experience, good experience for working in childcare (ECE, CYW etc) , benefits/discounts ,management is nice when requiring support Cons- pay sucks, dress code makes no sense, it is sexist and leaves you little to no room on options to dress, locations are moved last minute, waste of gas driving back and forth to locations, hours are horrible, job sucks if you need consistent income, management is unreliable when telling you when you’re moving locations
Kids are great
Depends on the children at your location, but mine were very fun and well-behaved for the most part. The teacher was very friendly to me and introduced the job very smoothly. It was volunteer work so there was no salary but it is an experience you can brag about and it does come with benefits if you volunteer there long enough.
I spent all day in a class alongside an ECE. THe administration were extremely helpful and worked with you, rather than against you. They helped you strategize on ways to ensure the enjoyment and success of the children.
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Good place to work for learning experiences. If you are a recent graduate or just looking to experience working with children in a before and after school program this will be great for you. Hours are flexible as you can work just mornings or afternoons or both and they try to place you in schools close to your home so less driving.
A day volunteering opened with a relaxing experience in the dining hall, then work would begin right away. Which wasn't stressful but required effort and attention to detail. I learned how to be more precious while managing my time accordingly. Overal a pleasant experience.
Good organization providing comfortable environment to work. Especially, people who are interested to work part time. Opportunities available for professional development. Every year there's social gatherings opportunity for all staff to meet and socialize with leadership management. The only concern is that there should be increments on yearly basis for all staff.
great place to work as long as you follow the rules. there are several rules in PLASP it is a strict work environment but rightfully so since you are working with children and the rules are not difficult to follow. As long as you do what you are suppose to be doing, its a fun and safe place for children and for you as an employee and care provider
The staff, directors and supervisors are always very kind, inviting, comforting and welcoming. It is almost always a judgemental free area where everyone gets along and we learn to love each other. I absolutely love being with PLASP because it brings me home and helps me understand better about what I want to do with my life. Everything is always very organized and I never say that I don't want to go. Because I volunteer, I don't exactly know how the salaries and wages work. I believe myself to be quite adjustable and adaptable in various situations. I don't like how I can only go once a week because the moment I leave, I want to go back and when I'm there, I never want to leave. Being with the kids in the program help relieve any stress related to school or home or anything. They help me feel more alive and younger and I love being with them at the time. Even when they can be obnoxious and a little crazy, being with them are always the highlight of my week and I always look forward to being with them. From my first day, everyone brought be in and treated me as a part of the family and I immediately fell in love with all of them. They treat me with lots of warmth and comfort and makes the environment feel like my second home. They always make me feel like family and that always warms my heart and makes me feel more loved than ever. I guess it becomes difficult when the kids get into a fight or they are cranky and become very irritable over everything. It's hard to try and control them and it is also more difficult for me because I don't have very much experience with taking - plus...
Implemented specific programming for child’s developmental, educational and daily needs and assisted with routine activities
Complete administrative duties such as coordinating schedules and events for children, sending emails, and completing new registrations. Multiple trainnings required throughout the year.