Teachers Assistant (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – February 25, 2017
Working with children is so much fun. I would come into work be greeted by the children. I would seat the children or help out with their daily activities. I would read to the children and help set up the table to feed the children.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 7, 2016
This place has great potential, but there needs to be a major shakeup in the organization for anything substantive to change. Salaries are on the low end. Managers are not empowered to handle difficult employees because of the unions.
Health benefits, vacation and sick time, co-workers
No salary increases of any kind if the right people don't like you
Special regions program, office of the vice chancellor (2015)
Internship (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 23, 2016
-Capitalized on the opportunity to lead forward-thinking data gathering through interviews and / or field observations, along with spearheading data compilation and data entry initiatives, as well as efficiently performing targeted data analysis. -Maximized use of resources to accomplish objectives by scheduling and coordinating meetings and other special events.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Staten Island, NY – August 28, 2016
I guess if you are in college and u need additional income its ok, but for an adult that actually has bills to pay, I wouldn't recommend it, you just wont make enough. On the bright side, you get to work with professor and professionals and learn a lot
Assist Director Student Financial Aid Operations (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 24, 2016
Wonderful co-workers loved new challenges but management is not very supportive. Has great potential to be vital part of NYC community. However, there is little promotion possibilities within the organization with only management receiving pay and title raises.
Productive and many opportunity for educational success.
Library Assistant (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – August 15, 2016
On a typical day, I come in with a postive mindset and punctual manner. There is always something new to learn. I love to be diligent with my job and work in a professional and organized environment. The library I work for has many different departments which I have the great opportunity to learn the different functions of a college Library. There is room for growth. It helped to update my computer and office skills and learn new systems such as Aldeph and Outlook. I enjoy helping students with research, shelf reading, and training student aides. My job as a library Assistant helped me to gain more confidence with dealing with patrons and faculty. The hardest part of the job for me is dealing with aggressive, impatient students. But no matter the circumstance, I am patient and bring professionalism to the job.
French Tutor (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – May 7, 2016
Mentoring 10 to 15 tutees and helping them overcome anxiety associated with learning French ● Instructing Grammar, Vocabulary and pronunciation rules in all level of French ● Enhancing overall performance of 10 tutees per week through motivate exercises