Teacher's Assistant- Strategies for Success (Former Employee) – Cambridge, MA – May 27, 2016
Diverse and supportive towards adult learners. The Strategies for Success class is one that teaches adults how to live a life of quality by getting to know ourselves, how to take care of ourselves and most importantly how to get we want and deserve out of life.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Waltham, MA – April 27, 2016
I worked from the Summer Institute program and I met some amazing people. Everyone I came in contact with, whether it was the students, teachers, supervisors, or external staff, was sweet and helpful. The job was easy and straightforward. Definitely a good experience.
Administrative Intern (Former Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – March 20, 2016
This is a repeat. This school is an awesome place to work and learn. I learned how to be the best teacher and school leader here. The hardest part of the job in this school is turning off thinking about the job when you went home. A typical work day is filled with a lot of teaching, reflection, and time with the team of teachers I worked and learned with.
Senior Site Liaison (Former Employee) – Cambridge MA – June 28, 2015
Many years, I saw many changes over the years. Although I understand the higher education model, I did see the politics that took place which brought down some of the moral for the staff and students as well.
Great environment for working adults
Grew big but did not have the follow up means then to take care of the growth.
Adjunct Instructor, I (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – April 9, 2015
When I think of a typical day at work at Cambridge I think of mature trainers, educators, mentors, future life-long learning, pure joy/ laughter in friendships, and fellowships. The Office manager is friendly. The building, rooms and restrooms are always clean. The Staff and Director are always understanding and open with a listening ear. We are comfortable to share in our opinions/thoughts on subject matters. I have learned how to enjoy the congestive drive to work. I have also enjoyed the extra long hours of training needed to keep everyone abreast to new rules and standards. The hardest part of my job is the closing date of August 2015.
Intern Student Service Administrator (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – February 5, 2015
I learned a great deal of experience working at Cambridge College. My work days involved working directly with the Regional Director to ensure students would graduate in a timely manner. To complete our tasks other co-workers and I were given tasks and projects which were to be completed in a given time set by the regional director. Though the position is temporary and part-time, it is a very enjoyable opportunity.
Job Title (Current Employee) – Cambridge, MA – June 12, 2014
Cambridge College is a vibrant, collaborative, and a community focused organization that strives to serve students, faculty and administrators. This organization is great place to learn about passion and perseverance. Co-workers are dedicated to the mission and values of the College and strive each day to accomplish organizational goals. The hardest part of the job is remembering that there is always another day to come into work to accomplish the tasks at hand. The most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with people:- employees, students, and faculty.
A lot of work; but very helpful and eye-opening for students.
Adjunct College Supervisor Administration (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – November 3, 2013
A typical day at work consisted of working with students who were earning a masters and/or specialist in education leadership. A 300-clock hour portfolio was required covering the following areas in their respective schools: administration, leadership, equity, professional development,and community relations.
Artifacts were required for all areas. An administrator at the school served in an advisory capacity to ensure that adequate time was spent in each area. As the college supervisor, my responsibility was to ensure that the objectives of the college were met, and that adequate time was spent in each area.
students were given an opportunity to get some practical experience in education leadership.
students had a tendency to lean towards the area they liked most. example: administration
A truly involved school that has the students best interest at heart.
Assistant to Financial Aid Dept. & Faculty (Current Employee) – Cambridge, MA – June 12, 2013
I work four hours (20) a week and the time flies by. I keep busy helping the students and faculty with log in problems to their schedules, making sure the class rooms are stocked with supplies and the equipment is in working condition, answering questions in regards to schedules, times and where to find information in regards to the same.
I have learned that we are all teachers and students in one way or another. I work with management and we have to have a schedule and a daily plan to follow. I keep a daily and weekly log so I can stay orgainzed.
The hardest part of my job is not being able to find and answer for someone. So I ask them to be patient and I will absolutely get back to them and give them tips on how to research the answer while they wait.
My co-workers are great. They are very cooperative and we work well together. I can trust them to get something done if I ask for help.
I enjoy the one one one interactions with the students and faculty. After a certain amount of time we get to know each other on a personal level as well as a professional level.
this is a part time job and that's what i need for now.
cambridge, ma is too far away from manchester, nh. i can live very nicely without the commute. the closer to manchester i get the better.