Tutor (Former Employee) – Mattoon, IL – September 19, 2013
The staff in the tutoring center is very friendly and helpful everyone was willing to help anyone as best they could. the hardest part of this job was submitting your hours sheets, (depending on who you tutored you had to submit to different departments)
Amazing working environment with great co-workers.
Admissions and Recruitment Specialist (Current Employee) – Mattoon, IL – February 1, 2016
This is currently a part time position that provided me with great costumer service practice. While working for Lake Land I would spend my day traveling to different college fairs, recruiting high school students to attend the college.
Admin Assist (Current Employee) – Mattoon, IL – August 4, 2015
Advancement is not dependent on experience but rather the degree listed. Benefits are really good; Friday's off in the Summer, around 2 weeks off at Christmas time. It's just very difficult to advance and the hourly rate isn't the best.
Counseling Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Mattoon, IL – July 25, 2015
Wonderful staff to work with and learned so much from this job. Management really cared about their employees and they cared about each person. Loved the interaction with the people, phone and staff and was able to perform duties with excellence. Learned I loved the college/university atmorsphere and worked hard to impress my superiors. Learned that I fit in well with the learning environment and excelled with the duties I was expected to fulfill. It was a great confidence booster and I was able to do more than ever expected. This did not feel like a "job" and I looked forward everyday to going to work. I usually went early and stayed late just to help in whatever ways I could.
CLASSMAT (Former Employee) – MATOON IL – July 14, 2015
IT WAS DIFFERENT FROM DAY TO DAY.BUT MOST OF THE TIME IT VERY EASY,FLEW THREW THE CLASS LIKE NOTHING.I DID ENJOY THIS JOB.I HAD FAMILY MATTERS THAT WAS VERY IMPORTANT AT HOME BUT IF I COULD HAVE THE CHANCE TO DO IT OVER NOW THAT I HAVE THINGS IN ORDER I SURE WOULD.THE BOSS AND MY EX-COWORKERS WERE GREAT PEOPLE AS WELL
Enjoy teaching at LLC and working with the other instructors
Adjunct Faculty (Current Employee) – Mattoon, IL – May 31, 2015
I plan on continuing to teach at LLC as an adjunct instructor. A typical day is just teaching evenings and weekend courses. The hardest part of my job is when I am teaching a computer class, and the class is unable to retrieve any of the files we need for that certain class. I enjoy working at LLC - especially when the students get that "ah-ha" moment and really understand something you have been teaching them.
Adjunct Humanities and Reading Faculty (Current Employee) – Mattoon, IL – January 21, 2015
As an instructor, individuals are motivated and supported by the administration to conduct their labors in the most efficient and student centered manner. Though pay and course availability are important issues, as a professor at LLC, many freedoms are afforded in terms of curriculum, course management, and design. Therefore, LLC is a great place to teach for the motivated innovator!
Director of the Center for Business and Industry (Current Employee) – Mattoon, IL – January 5, 2015
My wife and I both work there and it is a great place to work! It is the first job I have ever had where I felt truly appreciated and that my expertise was valued. They are looking toward the future and trying to make a difference in the community as well as enriching the lives of the students that attend there.
Financial Aid Outreach Specialist (Current Employee) – Mattoon, IL – October 10, 2014
A typical day at work consists of helping students with their FAFSA and the required documentation. I am also in charge of record maintenance. If any of the other supervisors need help with their job duties I also assist them.
knowing that you have helped someone achieve their goal of a college education.
An overall sublime experience. Wonderful peers and great students!
Adjunct Faculty, English (Former Employee) – Mattoon, IL – July 31, 2014
Lake Land College provided me plenty of teaching opportunities -- Composition I and II, Composition Skills, Business Writing, and even Introduction to Literature a few times. As adjunct faculty, I did not get to know every humanities instructor, but those I met were very cordial and always helpful.
Special Projects (Current Employee) – Mattoon, IL – April 29, 2014
The culture at Lake Land is very rewarding. The desire for success of the students coupled with the value placed on employees (staff/admin/faculty) create a very enjoyable work environment and yet, there is still room to challenge each other to excel and continue with professional development.
Construction Instructor (Former Employee) – Danville, IL – April 15, 2014
It was in a prison setting your teaching abilities were limited per security reasons. I learned about prison life and security measures that are necessary in controlling the inmates. The hardest part of the job was that you always had to be aware of your surroundings and keeping a watchful eye on your students because they were inmates and you could not trust them.
Life learning skills that helps you get ready for the real thing
Student (Current Employee) – Mattoon, IL – March 31, 2014
I have learnt a lot through Lake Land College. I learnt self discipline skills, self motivation skills, and time management skills. I have never work as hard in any other job than I have at Lake Land College. The achievements and the self esteem boost are far worth it. Now that I have managed to push myself through it I get the satisfaction in helping others.
Great benefits and work environment, with very friendly employees
Child Care Lab Director (Former Employee) – Mattoon, IL – January 3, 2014
Lake Land College was a steady and stable place to work. It came with wonderful benefits and compensation. Salaries are competitive. There are many very friendly and cooperative employees and faculty members who have the willingness to align their daily work habits with the Lake Land College core vision and values. In the workplace their is a positive desire for student success and developing partnerships with community organizations.
fridays off in the summer
administrative leaders who are disconnected to the workforce.