IT Desktop Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – November 23, 2016
I am proud to inform people that I participate in an organization that was and is capable to encourage, inspire and evolve the success and career paths of thousands of individuals in the south Florida area.
Diverse. Understanding, learning and adapting to this work environment environment can be stressfull.
Actual working full-time schedule can sometimes dwell outside of a normal 8 hour work day.
I never worked for a school with the level of disorganization. Admissions are trained to sell the student no matter what. They accept students who are no ready for college, they cant read, they cant write but city college doesnt care as long as they get to collect. Upper management is ridiculous, HR does nothing.
Helping others in a way
Everything above, wouldn't recommend this place to anyone
Campus Security Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 9, 2016
Every assignment is for what is needed even outside of job title responsibilities. Small occurrences have big consequences such as suspensions and lose of annual time. College environment is very diverse and all departments work together.
It's a great environment to learn from each other at the time that you are working to help other students
Peer Tutor (Volunteer) (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 5, 2016
I work with college students to help them understand the course material in order to succeed in the class. A day at the student lounge is a fun working environment because we work as a team and help each other to do our best in giving the students a better understanding of applied statistics. The team is great, everybody looks after each other, therefore, great people to work with. We all volunteer so we do not get payed, but it is a great work experience.
Financial Aid Assistant/ Work Study (Current Employee) – Gainesville, FL – June 6, 2016
I love the work I do at City College. I would like to stay and work here longer, but I am a work study student and I am only allowed to work 20 hours a week with minimum wage pay. A typical day at work would be coming in going to the file room, filing any files that have been placed in box by the director of financial aid. Then I would scanned files that needed to be scan to student records. Mail letters and also put schedules in alphabetical order.
you get alot of work experience in an office setting
the pay is not what I want to make the rest of my life
research assistant psychology (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 12, 2016
I loved working for my college, and the environment was awesome. I worked as an assistant lab supervisor, helping students with their work, and computer programs issues. I also worked as teaching assistant, teaching introductory psychology courses, and assisting in different research studies.
Live Sound Reinforcement Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 5, 2016
pleasant place, everyday is a new experience. People are friendly. the hardest part is when there is no game plan, and everything happens on the run. The most enjoyable part of the job is when people come and say thank you"..then I know the job was done right...
OFFICE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 11, 2015
In the School of Education, the environment is an easy going and safe place to be. A typical day can be processing contracts or setting up a meeting for other faculty members. The busiest days will be payroll week or a big staff meeting. My fellow coworkers are very friendly and are very approachable.
Teaching Associate for Paralegal Program (Former Employee) – Gainesville, FL – October 18, 2015
The "college" accepted students who could receive expensive college loans without regard to qualified students who could read and write at the college level and thus receive jobs at prospective employers. My opinion was that no law firm would hire any student who did not present a minimum level of reading and writing skills.
Pre-K/Kindergarten Lead Teacher (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 9, 2015
It was really a pleasure working at City College. After 17 years it could not be any better, I would still be there if it were not for the closure of the children center . Having the privilege to work, and interact with different ethnic background allow me to have a different perception of the world. Those children were so amazing, and their parents help me understand better their way of acting, and interacting. I tremendously cherished those 17 years, and I would not change anything of that learning experience.
Interacting with different nationalities.
Some parents don't appreciate the sacrifice of a educator.