Medical Assistant Instructor (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 5, 2017
I would prepare lesson plans, instruct both in lecture and hands on laboratory skill. I would order supplies for the medical assisting department. I would also provide tutoring for students that were having difficult time. I enjoyed teaching the students that is what made my time there enjoyable.
Dialysis Technician Program Director (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – December 18, 2017
Great Company to work for. They push the educational opportunities for students & staff.I highly recommend Brookline College. this college helps create the balance between life, family, work & school. The Program Directors are very down to earth & willing to help.
Instructor (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – October 21, 2017
Communication is not good, non existent or vague as email directives are not clear.Employees that cannot teach, stay, and others are great, leave. Safety is an issue located in sketchy area. There's a revolving door of staff leaving. Constant IT issues. Enrollment down and rumors of closing. There are other schools in Alb that have better reputation.
Location, low pay, few benefits, no marketing strategy to enroll more students
Nursing Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 20, 2017
It has been a difficult two years with many leadership changes. The educators are passionate, loyal and love teaching! The students are a wonderfully diverse group of individuals that share a passion for caring for a vulnerable population of patients
Administration (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – July 21, 2017
There are some great people who work for Brookline - but the company structure is horrible and the motivation to continue must come completely from with in. Management leaves a lot to be desired and the long term stability of the company is definitely in question.
Educator (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 15, 2017
The company struggles to meet goals, which causes frustrations throughout the entire company. Management is constantly asking for more and does not show recognition to their employees for the hard work they do. I met my goals and often surpassed them, and still I did not get appreciation for going above and beyond. It's strictly a place to work at and get a paycheck.
Compensation, Discounts on Tuition
Management is lacking, no time for breaks, sometimes have to skip lunch
Receptionist/Admissions Coord/New Student Services (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – July 12, 2017
If your not afraid to work hard Brookline will welcome you with open arms. Its a fun up beat place to work. The college has been around for many years and cares about the students and employees.The hardest part of my job was leaving after 17 years it was hard not to be a part of the students success. The best part of my job was helping students be successful and seeing them graduate at the end. The work culture is like a big family everyone gets along well with others and works as a team.
Medical Science Instructor (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – July 12, 2017
I did not enjoy the split day hours. I was asked to work one hour before I was scheduled to start twice per day. This would have amounted to ten hours per week, or forty hours per month working and not paid.