Adjunct Instructor (Former Employee) – Clinton Township, MI, Warren, MI – April 18, 2017
I absolutely loved teaching at Macomb. It had nothing to do with the school itself, or the program supervisors, it had to do with my students. I loved watching them feel good about themselves after learning a new task and helping them achieve there goals. I was told that I had a certain way of teaching that made my students not feel as students but equals and that was exactly what I was hoping for. I had a skill that I was extremely good at and enjoyed doing as my occupation and I wanted to help them become Medical Assistants and to enjoy the field as I did.
Student (Former Employee) – Charter Township of Clinton, MI – April 9, 2017
All the instructors are very dedicated to teaching you the necessary skills you need to be successful. The staff and counselors never turn you away and is committed to guiding you in the right direction.
Manager (Current Employee) – Warren, MI – December 15, 2016
If you live in Macomb County, chances are your life is touched by Macomb Community College every day. You will find our alumni in your doctor’s and veterinarian’s offices, police and fire departments, business and industry, as well as in Macomb’s own classrooms and offices. What draws our alumni back “home” is a mission that encompasses education, enrichment and economic development, making Macomb a major contributor to the community’s overall quality of life.
Teacher (Current Employee) – Warren, MI – April 17, 2016
Friendly, affordable and fun place to teach. I recommend this to everyone. The location is ideal and students can drive to college. The layout of the classroom course is designed to help every student achieve excellence.
external tutor (Former Employee) – warren,MI – September 26, 2015
Being able to make the best impression every day on 35 children and a teachers. Administrative work teaching children to follow behavior rules, and school rules along with time lines by setting examples, by getting papers check and returned and mailboxes filled to go home. Running copies for teachers and making sure lesson plans are ready to go for the week. Checking in books for the school library and organizing it. The most rewarding part of the job was seeing the kids actually comprehend the books that were learning English, this was priceless.
I loved working at the college, it was fast paced and i ad a lot of people interaction
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Clinton Township Michigan – August 14, 2015
Started work at 9 am. Open and unlocked all the doors. Setup all computers. Serviced student is in many different ares, testing as well as clerical had interactions with professors.I learned steps and procedures ed how to give proctored tests from different colleges. l in enjoy working with the wide variety of people. Management was very supported and helpful and always there to help out if need be. The hardest part was when the students did no want to follow the rules.I enjoyed working with the many different students. from the first day when they started as scared and unsure until the last day when they were confident and walked with knowledge.
Italian and Spanish Tutor (Former Employee) – Warren, MI – July 16, 2015
Tutoring Italian and Spanish has been my favorite job that I've done so far. If Macomb, or anybody, asked me if I wanted to be a tutor again, I wouldn't even think about it. There were days when the students were more trying than others, but for the most part I loved doing it. I was passionate about the language, passionate about teaching it, and Macomb gave me that opportunity. And I was paid a decent wage for it, too.
There were a few problems though. There was no true advancement, only increased pay depending on how many hours you had tutored for, there were no benefits, and if enrollment dropped, your future as a tutor was not ensured (which is what happened to me). But everything else was just peachy.