Two in-person interviewsPart-time Assistant Director Job Offer and AcceptanceLamplight Rescinded Job Offer & Offered Tutor Job at 66% the payAccepted Part-time Tutoring JobAsked to do Assistant Director Work (which was rescinded) for Tutoring PayFamily Medical Emergency, ResignedNever Paid for my HoursLamplight brought me in for two separate interviews for Assistant Center Director. This was a part-time role. The job description included curriculum development and creating student tutoring projects, along with a pay range of $15 - $19 / hour. I interviewed and thought it was a pleasant place, albeit rather disorganized (hence the position opening). I found a job posting on Indeed and applied to Lamplight's email directly with a resume and cover letter. I was invited for two separate in-person interviews. After these, I received an offer for the position, which I accepted. The following week, Lamplight rescinded their offer because of my scheduling, which I had already been transparent about in two interviews.Needing additional work, I asked if I could work as a tutor. I received and accepted an offer as a tutor, for $12 / hour. However, to date, I have never yet been paid for my time working here. When there are no students, tutors are paid an Admin wage of $10. While working under the Admin wage, Lamplight asked me to work on items that were originally included in the Assistant Center Director position (which would have paid up to $19 / hr).Lamplight manager showed up late twice. When my family member had major back surgery and would not walk for several weeks, I resigned.To date, I have not received any payment for my hours here. I have emailed Lamplight:January 29, 8:41am (received response saying they will send check)March 13, 8:45pm (NO response)April 14, 10:19am (NO response)I have also walked-in in the last two weeks and spoken with the Manager.
Wood Enrichment Service LLC is the largest central PA enrichment company specializing in chess. These instructors are teachers first and chess players second and it shows. They have wonderful rapport with the kids and are very motivated. You cannot beat this company.
KnowledgePoints provided a great experience for our son and more than met our expectations for a tutoring service. My son was motivated to improve his SAT scores in preparing for the college application process. Since he has ambitions of gaining admittance into a more elite college. From the pretest to setting up a plan of action following this plan over the course of a few weeks prior to retaking the SAT, the team at KnowledgePoints made this process easy and enjoyable. My son actually looked forward to these sessions. And, best part of all, he improved his score by 100 points, scoring a perfect 800 on both the Math and Critical Reading sections. He scored a 730 in the writing section, which isn’t to bad either! Thank you, Knowledgepoints, for helping our son achieve his goal and giving us a positive experience along the way.