Financial Aid Workstudy (Former Employee) – Jamestown, NC – August 22, 2016
Since it is a Workstudy position you are able to learn a bunch of skills that you can utilize later on in life for real world application. The hours were flexible semester to semester depending on the class schedule.
My experience as work study have been great for these two years helping with the computer laboratory. A typical day on the job included helping students dealing with difficulties on their computers, register for class, and technical problems. I have learned how to deal with various issues dealing with computers such as using Microsoft Office, learning how to solve computer issues including internet problems. My supervisors were great caring individuals who has really made a positive impact on my life. I also had a great relationship with my co-workers, and have never went through a major issue with them. The hardest part of working was dealing with the attitudes of students who made the atmosphere unpleasant at times. The most enjoyable part of working at the lab was helping others when they need it most along with getting to know fellow individuals personally.
Very flexible schedules, caring environment, pleasant workplace
Clinical INstructor (Current Employee) – Jamestown, NY – March 3, 2016
I am a part time instructor that really enjoys working for GTCC. There is always someone available to talk with you when you need them, The nursing Department shows that they are interested in you and not just your work. I have enjoyed my many years with this institution. A great place to learn and appreciate great co-workers.
College Student (Former Employee) – Jamestown, NC – January 4, 2016
GTCC has excellent professors and is a great 2 year community college to begin your education as they have reconfigured their credits so when you transfer to a 4 year college most of your credits will follow you.
There are many different times for you to schedule you classes
The work environment is great. I enjoy my co-workers and the student population. My supervisor does not micro-manage.
Professional Development Facilitator (Current Employee) – Greensboro, NC – November 4, 2015
During the five hours that I work daily my responsibilities vary from, Coordinating professional development opportunities for the Adult Education instructors including credit and non-credit courses (classroom or online) workshops, seminars, teleconferences, and audio-visual materials; providing information to instructors and addressing questions regarding the CORE Credentialing, Adult Secondary Education Specialty Certificates, ESOL Specialty Certificate through LINCS, NC Intervention, First Aid and CPR to providing instructions and assistance with accessing and registering for workshops; I order and maintain textbook inventory for all program areas. I have other duties as well depending on the time of the semester.
I have learned how to effectively work with the Community College System, and feel very confident and prepared as a trainer.
My co-workers are great people to work with. I could not ask for a nicer or more professional group of people to work with.
The most difficult part of my job is that I no longer work with the students in the classroom. However, I do facilitate special workshops when the opportunity arises.
I enjoy all other aspects my job. I enjoy working with the program coordinators, the teachers and the administrative staff. I am in a great place. However budget constraints have resulted in my hours being decreased. I would like to secure a position to supplement these hours.
Great location, and lots of job opportunities are in Greensboro and on campuses.
Psychology Instructor (Former Employee) – High Point, NC – June 15, 2015
The campus has three locations. I also taught at the airport. Pilots were required to take Psychology classes. The hiring and training/orientation processes were quite adequate. the staff was very amicable.