Catholic Charities USA

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Former Executive Director, Sr. Mary Anne Owens & Joe Brogdon, CFO/COO outside the newly installed building sign.
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Catholic Charities USA President Rev Larry Snyder
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    Current Employee - Finance in Orlando, FL (US)
    Current Employee - Finance in Orlando, FL (US)

    I have been working at Catholic Charities USA full-time (more than 3 years)


    I've worked in several localities and they are very different each. Coworkers are supportive of each other. You can bet that all are there to help others rather than themselves although they may have very contrasting ways of thinking they are accomplishing that goal. One can have a great variety of experiences or none depending on the office structure. Starting out I managed an office with a great young staff and lots of travel and perks. Three years later at a different location I had no perks and was stuck in a sparse office with a bunch of old horrible morons and a management that couldn't find their way out of an open box. One can move up down or laterally very quickly.


    Coworkers can be self righteous, especially if they are ones who come from money and feel like they are doing the world a favor. They do not understand poverty and tend to feel sorry for clients, which is derogatory I believe. They are in the vast minority but negatively effect the whole company. Locations will have a strong tendency to resist change even if they are very unsuccessful. This is probably because they are not trained to make a company successful, being a non-profit.

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    Support morning prayer in office by encouraging employees to get together and take fifteen minutes before beginning daily work. The most pleasant locations do this.

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Catholic Charities USA Interviews

Updated 25 Sep 2014
Updated 25 Sep 2014

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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Catholic Charities USA in July 2014.

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    Got the approval by the office director and then I had to wait for the regional director to give the ok, at the end they came to me with an offer which I accepted.

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Headquarters Alexandria, VA
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Non-profit Organisation
Industry Non-Profit
Revenue £1 to £5 million (GBP) per year
Competitors Unknown

Does this group help people in need? Is the Pope Catholic? Catholic Charities USA, one the nation's largest not-for-profit groups, is a network of some 175 Catholic charity agencies nationwide that work to end poverty, support families, and strengthen communities. It helps more than 7 million people each year by providing disaster assistance, emergency financial aid, food services, health clinics, housing services, and mental health counseling. Catholic Charities spends about 90% of its income on program costs; most of its funding (60%) comes from the US government... More

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