Working with over 45 instructors, as well as 2300 students, was the most enjoyable position I have ever held.
Director of Education (Former Employee) – North Richland Hills, TX – June 14, 2017
My typical day was to monitor all instructors, to ensure that they were teaching correctly from the course syllabus, and that all students were engaged. I performed a minimum of 10 formal performance evaluations on all instructors on a daily basis. I also consulted with students in order to resolve any problem they may have. If I was unable to resolve their problems, I took them to whatever department could assist them. The main thing I learned was that it was extremely important that all of the students were engaged, and enjoying their class. My managers were extremely helpful in my training in environments that I was unfamiliar with, which made an extremely easy transition from the service industry, to a school environment, and teaching. The workplace culture was one of the best I have ever experienced. I loved helping the instructors, and the interaction with all of the students. It was an excellent feeling having a student that wanted to drop out, yet after a conversation with them, they were ready to stay. Then watching all of the students on graduation day, and receiving their diploma. The hardest part of the job was having students that were having problems that were out of my control, such as financial aid, or legal problems that were causing problems with their schooling. The most enjoyable part of the job, was on graduation day, shaking the hand of each student after they received their diploma, and hearing their families clapping and yelling for them and their achievement.
Working with all of the students, and watching them grow and achieve their goals.
Due to problems outside of our campuses control, the company ultimately closed all campuses.