The best job I ever had. If I was an eighty year old millionaire I would still want this job!
Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Highland Hills, OH – February 15, 2017
A typical day at work was relaxed and enjoyable, teaching the subject I love. I learned that everyone might not be talented at art but everyone can improve and enjoy art. My boss was fabulous, I could ask him anything and he was always supportive. The culture was extremely diverse and everyone enjoyed learning from each other. The hardest part of my job was having to fail someone due to poor attendance and not completing their projects. The best part of my job was seeing such wonderful improvements by my students.
Internship (Former Employee) – Metro Campus, Excellent Center of Learning – December 12, 2016
work perfect on music videos (media design), very good in advertising and create logo by using illustrator, photoshop, indesign, and cinema 4D. Easy to learn and ready to work as a full time. Have an experience before in Flyers.
Information Technology Client Manager (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – November 10, 2016
Tri-C is a very large organization with many layers of bureaucracy and politics to navigate. In addition, they have a Workforce division for non-credit offerings which appears to threaten the job security of the credit faculty. A difficult line to walk.
Benefits, Ohio Public Employee Retirement System (OPERS)
A wonderful place to begin an academing teaching career
Instructor (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – November 5, 2016
Management gives the instructors, a large amount of autonomy to teach the classes in a style that the instructor finds most effective, as long as you stay within the guidelines of what must be presented for the course.
Intern (Summer), Center for Learning Excellence (Former Employee) – Westlake, OH – October 19, 2016
Flexible hours, safe and fun work environment, was able to connect with other members in the workplace. There were times that it was a bit boring, but I was able to complete all of my work in a timely manner and was able to receive helpful feedback.
Fun place however, grant ended with no other openings.
Program Manager, Additive Manufacturing (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – August 28, 2016
Fun place however, grant ended with no other openings. Management was good and friendly and co-workers tried to help as much as they could. Enjoyed working with the people there and developing a new curriculum for a brand new program to the students.
Planning student events and posting flyers and teach kids the basics of education take them on field trips i learned that i can be a leader in my own right management was cool, some co-workers was good they were nice and some were mean. the hardest part of the job was staying focussed as always and the most enjoyable part of the job was making people smile.
being a leader and learning all kinds of new things
I enjoy being associated with and working for Cuyahoga Community College.
Adjunct faculty om music and in Education. (Current Employee) – Parma, OH – June 29, 2016
I take pleasure in teaching students at Cuyahoga Community College. The majority of my classes are taught at the Western Campus. I hope that eventually the enrollment would increase to the extent that I would b assigned more classes to teach during the year although there have been years that I have been able to teach the maximum amount of classes allowed. I am very pleased to teach for Cuyahoga Community College.The administration has made great strides of late in developing high learning and teaching standards for their students and faculty and I feel a sense of pride to consider myself associated with this institution.
The Administration is friendly and easy to work with.
Would like to teach more classes in any given Semester.
For Adjunct Instructors, Reasonable Pay But Uncertain Employment
Instructor (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – June 24, 2016
Tri-C is a fine facility to work at, but presents the usual challenges for adjunct instructors; for this reason, one never knows what classes will be assigned (if any) for any given term. The pay is reasonable compared to the compensation of adjuncts at similar institutions but, of course, no benefits are offered.
Strong permanent and support staff, and quality facilities
Uncertainty of employment, and little opportunity for advancement