Student Worker (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 20, 2013
This is the dream job anyone would enjoy having, clean and peacefull atmosphere, work on your own pace, highly educated staff members, profesional demeanor required, creative and social skills are a plus. Great pay you don't want to let go to this job.
Custodial Supervisor (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 10, 2017
I LOVE MY Job , everyday I get to make a difference . I provide a excellent service to the student and staff that are in my work environment . At the end of the day I come to work everyday just to make a difference in someone else's life.
Great benefits and job security. Terrible advancement and satisfaction
Classified Staff (Current Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA – March 21, 2017
Union protected with a well defined contract. Great benefits including healthcare and pension. Problem lies in advancement and job satisfaction. Work and salary are defined by job classification, not ability or performance. Tendency towards lowest common denominator performance and faculty members are very entitled and often rude to staff. If you are looking for security and can be satisfied with meeting expectation rather than exceeding them, this would be the place for you.
Assist students (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 2, 2016
We are a team of noteworthy, experienced, and professional specialists in the field of student services. Our goals fall into many categories:
Assistance with prerequisite clearances. Assessment Exams. Counseling.
All of us are or were students; henceforth, we know firsthand the struggles of being 'newbies'. Our focus is to make the transition from community college to undergraduate (and graduate) school less stressful.
An exciting opportunity to work with high-school youth in a community college setting.
Film Instructor - Upward Bound Program (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – February 23, 2016
An excellent program where college geared, underprivileged high school youth have an opportunity to prepare for college life by learning in a community college setting. Most students are serious about their goal to attend college by taking a Saturday morning to attend class. I am impressed with these students commitment and the college's agreement to host the Upward Bound Program.
College room access.
Too much building construction occurring and causes too much noise.
Receptionist/Tutor (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 12, 2015
When working for the Los Angeles Community District Academic Connections Center you will learn the basic fundamentals of becoming a great receptionist as well as a great tutor. You will work along side some very great staff as well as college professors. You will become determined to help out as much as possible. When asking for tutoring services you will already be there.
Flexible Hours, Great Pay, Tutoring services for yourself.
Student Services Assistant (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 6, 2015
During Semester beginning, atmosphere is very busy assisting with Matriculation issues as well as prerequisite clearances. In addition, we are host to PearsonVue Testing Institute, and assist clients wishing to take specified exams.
Enjoyable work environment with flexible part time hours that work out perfect for a student.
Tutor IV (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 1, 2015
I had the privileged of helping disabled college level students with mapping out their futures. Starting with finding fields of study best suited for their interest. Creating a muti-tiered goal plan with realistic goals. Working in groups or individually to help comprehension of given subjects. Utilizing case files to track individual progress and setting new goals with students. The team of tutors I worked with acted like a finely tuned sports car, everyone firing at the right time to produce the most horse power. The most enjoyable part of the job was watching students finally understand something or seeing a familiar thing in a different light. This also leads to the worst or hardest part of the job, in reality we work ourselves out of a job, The better we are at our job the less the students need us.
Great learning experience, meet many different types of people, great job while in school
Job is dependent on government funding so annual budget problems, must be full time student.
Student Worker (Former Employee) – Wilmington, CA – September 26, 2014
I've been a student worker at L.A. Harbor College for a year. Staff were super friendly, nice, and professional. I am not familiar with personal advancement, but jobs were pretty much secured (unless your a student worker). I enjoyed interacting with new students and great staff.
Program Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 26, 2014
• Help students enroll at the college • Provide student orientations for all programs on campus • Determine eligibility and enrollment process for students participating in CalWORKs • Submit supportive services request as needed on a case-by-case basis • Complete monthly reports and ensure that they are correctly filled out • Fax and email paperwork to DPSS • Assist customer service rep with handling phone calls and booking appointments • Provide customer service • Answer phone calls and help counselors and case managers with different paperwork • Schedule different events regarding four different programs • Create agendas regarding four programs • Advertise different workshops for healthy living throughout the Community College District • Reserve locations for all workshops and trainings • Order supplies for the office • Order food and beverages for a large number of supervisors undergoing training • Schedule appointments for my immediate supervisor