Communications Department Intern (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – August 5, 2016
Absolutely loved my internship at AIC. Everyone on the campus, faculty and students alike, were all friendly, helpful and a pleasure to work with. Encouraged to work independently to build management skills.
Admissions (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – July 20, 2016
Morale has suffered in last several years. A job analysis needs to be done to bring all salaries, especially lower level administrative positions, up to par with the area. No transparency by the upper management. Very cliquey offices which made for highly unprofessional departments. Outdated and unsafe buildings in a very unsafe neighborhood. I never felt safe walking to my car at night.
DIRECTOR OF DIVERSITY & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – January 5, 2016
Working with students and staff on a daily basis has been a great experience. The work day varies due to the duties that we have. Co-workers are great and easy to work with. Hardest part of the job is trying to help students stay in college due to their financial situations.
Admissions (Former Employee) – Springfield – April 21, 2015
I loved working at AIC. There is a sense of family there, and the diversity on the campus would make anyone fall in love with it. The hiring process takes awhile, but I can say that it was definitely worth it. I left for personal reasons, and the commute from the Hartford area, but had those two factors not been an issue I would definitely still be at AIC enjoying every minute of it.
Tier 1 support specialist (Former Employee) – MA – June 23, 2015
A typical day at work consisted of resolving help desk tickets. Assisting faculty, staff and students with technical support. It was enjoyable to be able to help others. My superiors were very good at providing an environment were I could excel in my skills.
Area Coordinator (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – February 20, 2015
American International College is a great place to work. My co-workers made going into work every day enjoyable. Working with students to inspire them and to push them towards their own goals was extremely rewarding. The students also showed their vulnerable side so being able to talk to them and guide them in the right direction was also rewarding.
There was a-lot of student interaction, you were able to build community relationships.
Campus Police Sergeant (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – August 24, 2014
I typical day at work would be assigning various campus to patrol officers, reading reports for previous shifts. I would have to patrol grounds to insure patrol officers were at there post. I was very fair so my team on all shifts respected my opinion and my character.
customer interaction, and fellow sergeants and officers.
Schedule/Event Planning Desk Assistant (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – May 14, 2014
While it is cheaper than most private schools, for the $35,000 that they charge, I did expect more. The dinning commons closes at 7pm (making it hard for people who work to eat) and there is not much access to up-to-date technology (the library only having about 25 computers). The entire campus shuts down at 7pm. The dorms aren't as cozy as they could be. However, the school is in the process or remodelling, so perhaps in a few years this will change.
Student Worker (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – February 19, 2014
A typical day at work consist of setting up for the game/match. This would include but not limited to: setting up the video camera for filming, setting up the mac laptop so that it will live stream the game/match for viewers at home to watch, editing game stats online,tearing down everything that was set up and putting everything away. The most enjoyable part of this job is being around all the sports and learning more about the rules and watching the events.
Challenging but fun and productive environment. Must be fit and ready to work at all times.
Student Athlete (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – June 10, 2013
Basketball is a high intensity sport so everyday so I had to maintain a healthy body to be able to perform my best. There was never an easy practice or an easy game so all members of the team had to work hard all the time. The love and appreciation for the sport made the job fun however. My teammates weren't always the easiest to get along with but we worked with each other and did what we had to do to win.
free meals, traveling, free education, healthy/fit body
Overseeing students and faculty with research books or articles.
Filing and assisting students and faculty (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – May 9, 2014
I asist students and faulty with research by providing books and or articles that will assist them on their paper to complete. While I am assiting them I also get a chance to learn about the research articles. My manager is very flexible she allows us to familiar ourself with the equipment that is required to use. My co-workers we all work as a team, we realize to get more accomplish we must come together to achieve. The hardest part of the job is trying to find a book where someone put back in the incorrect place. The most enjoyabel part of the job is getting to know people. I love to assist people. I love to help students out and they walk away satisfied, I feel good that I was able to help them.
able to use the resources to complete my assignments
Excellent institution, supportive and knowledgable staff team
Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – December 19, 2013
My experience at American International College was wonderful. I enjoyed marketing my alma mater on the east and west coasts. Furthermore, the staff I worked with was an extremely supportive, intelligent and energetic team.
Front Desk Worker (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – July 8, 2013
There's not much to say about this job. Although the hours were often spur-of-the-moment and the pay wasn't fantastic, it was hard to argue with such a great atmosphere and easy tasks. It's a fantastic workplace for college students looking for a work study job.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – March 23, 2015
Every morning I wake up and think about the great things that are going to happen. Greetings are exchanged from person to person and then as I walk into my office, I am ready to work on what is provided by supervisor. Students, staff and faculty walk in the office with questions and out with answers. As a student involved with so much on campus, I am frequently contacted by students about what is going on campus. I learn to manage my time with the work provided, people coming in and out of the office and deadlines that need to be met. The hardest part of my job is being patient with people and paperwork since I enjoy getting things done as soon as possible. I enjoy creating programs, opening students perspectives about student life, and seeing the look on each students face when I know I have done my job. I would never change anything I have done at American International College because it was all a learning experience I can bring with me in other working opportunities.
Campus Police Officer (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – May 29, 2014
Patrolled around campus, made daily check ins at every building. Also stayed aware of any people around campus that are trespassing. Management and co-workers were very helpful in learning the job and answered any questions whenever confused.