In a nutshell, while the working environment at Emmanuel was fantastic, and the coworkers and students were great, the administration of the school did absolutely everything in their power to put spokes in their wheels. Although Emmanuel was a Catholic liberal arts college, the funding for liberal arts programs was continuously slashed over the course – more... of my employment there, and obtaining administrative and financial clearance for such things as guest speakers, performance spaces, or extracurricular activities was made increasingly difficult by the administration's uncooperativeness. While I certainly understand the need for money, this school has clearly started ignoring its mission of developing a liberal arts program with a Catholic vision a long time ago. – less
Cook/Prep Cook (Former Employee), Boston, MA – January 28, 2014
A typical day was hectic but the work environment was very comforting. I worked with alot of people from various backgrounds. The hard part of the job was meeting your time frame to complete assigned meals but the enjoyable part was the satisfaction of accomplishing your resposibilities.
Resident Assistant (Former Employee), Franklin Springs, GA – July 22, 2013
Pros: environment, people, administration
I really enjoyed my time as an Emmanuel Resident Assistant. Even though there were days I had to push myself to continue I found out that the pros outweighed the cons by a landslide. The people that I got to work with are absolutely amazing. The hardest part of my job was leaving the job. I just had a connection with the students and staff that I never – more... expected to have. The most enjoyable part of my job was watching students grow in their relationship with Christ and seeing them succeed from the beginning to end. – less
Student Worker/Work (Former Employee), Franklin Springs, GA – January 7, 2013
While attending college at Emmanuel College I worked for the work study program. While working there I got to see the real politics of private schools like Emmanuel. What I found is in short that I didn't like it nor did I want to be apart of it.
IT Support Assistant (Current Employee), Franklin Springs, GA – April 13, 2012
• Supported desktop application software for campus faculty and staff. • Configured and maintained desktop systems. • Resolved networking issues for wired and wireless networks. • Maintained academic computer lab printers. • Coordinated the resell of old equipment (Switches, Monitors, Printers, etc.) on EBay.
Nice school to work at. Generally well behaved students
French Teacher (Current Employee), Junior Campus Ardlie St, Warrnambool 3280 – October 21, 2012
Pros: friendly atmosphere and nice school grounds
Cons: disappointing ways of communicating with staff from management
nice ,friendly and supportive colleagues. My typical day would start at 8.30 with staff briefing, then Homeroom. Classes finished at 3.30 but I usually stayed and worked until 7 pm so I did not have to take work home There usually is aGeneral Staff meeting once a month and another staff meeting for your Domain.