Small college that serves a niche market of students
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – February 9, 2017
This college is excellent for anyone who wants to work with a small close knit team. The only downfall of this college is that they do not treat their students with the respect they deserve. If you want to work in a place that is going to make an actual difference in students success, this is a great place to start. But the advancement can come with some drawbacks, such as high employee turnover and poor benefits for your hardwork.
Location, Direct impact on students
High employee turnover, Poor benefits, College treats students poorly
Facility Manager (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – February 16, 2016
There have been many changes including a new president. When that usually occurs, the culture changes sometimes for the worst. They cut my staff and we were understaffed from the get go. They give me a hard time to take days or vacation and I have to be on call during my days off. I'm overwhelmed.
Food Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – August 14, 2015
You see students everyday with a smile on their face and get to associate with them. I learned that you have to be patient and respectful with students and listen to what they have to say. The hardest part of the job was leaving the students because you gain a special bond with them. The part I enjoyed the most was getting to see the students and serving them.
PLANNER/COUNSELOR (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – February 21, 2015
Counsel day, evening and online students Review ISIRS and complete the verification process Log student’s NSLDS, COD history Award institutional, federal and state aid according to federal regulations Counsel families on Direct PLUS, Stafford, and Sallie Mae loans Public speaker at open houses and accepted students day
Assistant to the Director of Continuing Education (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – December 26, 2013
When I got to work I would immediately begin filing the files that had been taken out earlier that day. Afterwards I would go around the school collecting the attendance sheets from the teachers so that I could enter them into the computer. While doing that I would answer the phones and take messages while directing students towards the different places they need to go.
Free lunches, Enjoyable place to work, Fast Pace, Learning Environment
Librarian/Library Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 13, 2013
As a librarian, I faced a job that had a lot of structure in terms of often performing admin. tasks on a certain schedule, which can be comforting, since you always know what to expect. There was also a lot of room to perform new activities and be creative, as in finding new books or media to add to the library catalog, having a role in developing curricula for library student seminars, coming up with themes for library shelf displays, etc.