Coordinator/Manager (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 28, 2017
Coppin State "University" needs help!!! It is a failing school with lack of leadership at many levels. Nobody wants to work people are just here as a stepping stone to collect a check without doing work. Departments do not work together and there is no sense of culture here. Most professors are adjunct and are not stakeholders in developing our student body. Try to stay clear of this place.
Coordinated and managed the process for providing support services with students with disabilities campus-wide • Assisted students with provisions fo
Disability Support Service (Former Employee) – 2500 W. North Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21216 – July 16, 2017
Coppin State University is a great place to work. The university nurtures and groom their students for success. The staff is is professional and passionate. There is room for growth. Working at Coppin State University was a great experience for me.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 11, 2017
A typical day at work is fun, intriguing, energetic and creative. I learned how to work well with other professors, colleagues professionals. The staff are extremely professional and the work place environment is amazing. The most changeling part is the research but I enjoy learning something new.
Great Professional Staff and Energetic Environment
Marketing and Promotions Student Assistant (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 3, 2017
I got a chance to work someplace other than behind a desk and I can say everyone is very friendly easy to get along with great people to get to know and you make enough money to help play from anything pertaining to school,
Working for Coppin had it's ups and downs but it is a state job and can become your career. They hold a lot informative retirement and health plan sessions and they really help you become financially responsible.
In at 9 am make sure all personnel who suppose to work their shift is there and in uniform and where they are suppose to be. Look over classes, addressing complaints making sure that all patrons are satisfied and don't any complaints. Check the pump room room to make sure all is well. Teach a in-service class for staff giving patron attention and meeting their needs. Teach in-service CPR making sure all staff preforms CPR in a professional manner. Write all the needs of the pool, make notes, of staff and pool operation so that i can go over what needs to be done to make sure the facility run more efficient. Check to make sure all is well and prepare to leave for the day.
Overseeing all functions to make sure all personnel can do their job just as well as i can
some of they younger guards never take the job as serious as it needs to be.
I always arrived early except when there was bad weather. On bad weather days I would set up a webinar for my students. I really enjoyed teaching students my classes would always be at least 30 students. This position allowed me to be creative for example I would show movies that were related to the subject, The students were great. The most enjoyable part of the job was graduation day when I would see students that I have taught walking across that stage receiving their Bachelors' Degree or Masters' Degree. Meeting their families and hearing the students say how happy they were that they didn't give up. This was one of the best positions in my career.
I enjoyed my employment at Coppin State University because I was afforded the opportunity to interact with different cultures. My skills were enhanced due to the various duties and responsibilities performed in each department within the university. The workplace was always busy and pleasant in that I was never assigned to one task within a day but several tasks that I was always allowed reasonable time to complete. The most enjoyable part of my job was being there and encouraging students who had obstacles in their life to press on and to go on to graduate from the university.
Working in the dormitory at Coppin State University was a job that did not allow for flexibility and management was often poor. During my three years working there I noticed that management often chose sides and acted as students would instead of as a supervisor. As contracted employees we got paid less than 'work study' students even though we worked more strenuous hours.
This was the best job I have ever had. I have learned a lot, and loved going to work everyday. Every day was different, in a good way. From filing, phone, learning different things on the computer, and the free classed that were given. I wish I could pick this place up and take it with me throughout my travels.
I loved this job! it was really more than just a job for me. Being able to help others is what i am all about so this position amplified my request. In this position i was more than just some assistant, i was a nurse, a guardian, rule enforcement, but most importantly, a role model.