Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – June 15, 2017
Prepared class notes and presentation from home office using the text books assigned to the class.
Created tests for students and graded their knowledge of the lessons taught.
Interaction with the students in role playing some counseling sessions.
Introduced the DSM 5 manual to students to identify psychological disorders and what criteria must be met. Discussed psychologist from history, like Freud, Jung, and others.
Discussed differences of analysis and ways to treat individual symptoms and presentation of challenges of those diagnosised. Had class guest lecturers to enhance the learning experience.
Was a hands on instructor, pulling students into open discussions and debates to assess their critical thinking abilities.
Typical day was 3 hours on non-paid preparation for class, one hour of teaching the class, 3 hours per week doing assessments of students involvement and learning curves. The Wisconsin Technical System does not hire full time instructors unless one in tenure has died and there were no benefits from being an adjunct faculty member.
Worked from home, could access Tech College Resources, print off exams, and create learning plan from home.
No benefits, no pay for class preparation or grading, and no possibility of advancement into a full time position.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – May 29, 2017
Job is only open to student veterans using GI Bill benefits. The daily routine is assisting veterans with questions about their benefits, maintaining the office/lounge,and assist Veteran Student Services in coordinating events for veterans at the school. This jobs helps build your social and costumer service skills if they needed to be strengthen. The job is easy going , but one needs to stay up to date on the benefits for veterans.
Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Madison, WI 53704 – April 6, 2017
A typical day at work is mainly catching up on homework, helping others with their homework, and maintaining the appearance of the lab. The most enjoyable part of the day is to help others and myself gain experience in various subjects such as Microsoft Office, Windows, and Adobe.
Lead PeopleSoft Administrator (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – April 5, 2017
Lots of talented people, and tons of tax money, but not creative and friendly. IT Management has a very strange taste to implement various procedures. IT Management does not know business and technology.
Student Technical Help (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – March 14, 2017
I learned to manage fellow technicians and got to train them in the computer repair process. I learned to develop and manage a small business server environment. Learning to manage multiple computers,systems, Hypervisor, and Printer. This job was a good stepping stone in learning about many different things as well as being a lead in a team and managing multiple teams.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – December 1, 2016
My typical day at work was easy, I was only a student helper. But my job included answer the phones, helping students, setting up for events, stocking the bookstore, hanging up flyers and creating documents on the computer. My co-workers were nice and open, and they were all great to work with.
Adjunct Faculty - Business and Applied Arts (Former Employee) – Portage, WI – August 5, 2016
MATC is committed to student success. There is little training offered at regional campuses for new faculty and minimal communication from the main Truax campus for departments. There is little to no opportunity for full time instructor positions. The pay for part-time instruction is far below industry standards.
President of Madison College Radiography Club (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – August 16, 2015
My teachers are what made my completion of this program successful. They are extremely supportive, patient, understanding, and knowledgeable. They're were always there for us no matter what and there compassion and enthusiasm to teach really shined through!!1
The faculty definitely made the schooling less intimidating
Sometimes just not feeling like there was enough time to get everything done
Law Enforcement Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – June 20, 2015
I started my position as a program coordinator for Law Enforcement training to gain a foothold in starting a career in upper education. My work consisted of direct management of the academy training for pre-service law enforcement students, scheduling classes, hiring and scheduling instructional staff and monitoring classroom delivery for compiance with DOJ standards. My job also required me to develop more contracted training seminars for law enforcement agencies within a five county area. My co-workers where individuals I worked with within my law enforcement career, which made my job very enjoyable. The hardest part of the job was re-building a program that had fallen out of grace with local law enforcement. Management was very supportive of my efforts and provided me the tools to get my job done.
Clerical Assistant - Student Development (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – May 5, 2015
My days at the college go fast due to the nature of my position. The job can be very stressful some days due to assisting students with critical situations, but can also be very rewarding when you hear the success of a student. I love what I do and work well under pressure.