Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 17, 2017
Highly rewarding. The graduate program for working adults is rewarding as the students receive skills and information that is immediately useful. They also come away with a network of colleagues for future consultation.
Web Designer Programmer (Former Employee) – Jefferson City, MO – June 27, 2017
The best thing about this workplace is that you learn how to work with difficult people under challenging restrictions. There is little to no room for professional growth (within my unit). Oftentimes egos get in the way of focusing on the prime directive of providing quality education to deserving students while providing them with the necessary life skills to be productive, awesome members of society.
Resident Advisor (Former Employee) – Lincoln University, PA – June 18, 2017
Interacting with students daily. I learned about time-management, program develop, outreach causes, and many ways to convey relevant information to a large number of people. Management varied and I had two supervisors while being employed there for 2 years. Workplace culture is unique, most will come to understand the culture after 3 months of working there. The hardest part of job was to work diligently and effectively with limited resources. The most enjoyable aspect were the effects of our outreach; some students were impacted.
Close Bonds with Staff
Not Enough funds to implement all things needed to run an effective staff
Office Secretary (Former Employee) – Lincoln, PA – June 10, 2017
relaxed, calming environment. awesome people to work with, supervisors very understanding and professional. very detail oriented great school to attend and make good money will receiving great education
Librarian (Current Employee) – Oxford, PA – May 10, 2017
its a small campus, so would see a lot of familiar faces in the library. co-workers are very pleasant to work with. i've learned learned how the library gets their books and organizes them. The hardest part was decorating the library when holidays would come around, but it was also a fun team project.
Resident Advisor (Former Employee) – Lincoln University, PA – May 3, 2017
I assisted the Resident Coordinator with whatever he/she needed. Assisted students with dorm lockouts and mediated roommate conflicts. The hardest part of the job making sure the key logs were correct and up to date. Most enjoyable part of the job was working directly with the students.
Director and Photographer (Former Employee) – Pennsylvania – February 27, 2017
Lincoln University prepared me to further myself in a work area, while at Lincoln University I've learned how to further my production skill with enhancing how I use creativity to film, write production treatments, create short stories, edit use after effects, adobe premiere and other editing programs.
Administration Assistant (Current Employee) – Oakland, CA 94612 – February 17, 2017
Assist students to meet their needs, Handle telephone calls and relay messages to appropriate individual, attend meetings, take and record minutes of meetings and distribute the same as instructed, Maintain inventory of office supplies and ensure that supplies are ordered on time, Schedule and assign administrative projects and ensure that results are expedited, Handle administrative issues and conflicts as per company’s policies, Ensure quick response to routine inquiries, Open, arrange, and distribute incoming mail, faxes and email, conduct workshops and events for each semester
Events Coordinator (Former Employee) – Jefferson City, Missouri – January 10, 2017
Diverse, busy , multi tasking and fast paced. I enjoyed engaging with students staff and the public. Promotion of events, notifying both the public and students of various events to be hosted. Notifying radio shows, social media and general community of events being held to improve general wellbeing and enhance lifestyle habits.
Police Officer (Former Employee) – Jefferson City, MO – November 23, 2016
Enjoyed my time at the department. Would go back in the blink of an eye. The staff at the school is easy to get along with. Majority of the students are Pro-LE. Overall the University is a good place to begin or end a career in law enforcement
Positive environment, great officers to work with.
Its slow, and then its fast. There is no constant busy, no constant slow.