A private 2 year community college with an excellent academic program
Administrative Secretary (Former Employee) – CA – November 4, 2015
I worked part time as the assistant of the Extended Summer program. My supervisor was comfortable in allowing me to assist in non clerical duties which included assisting him in developing the summer school catalog.
I was very instrumental in assisting him coordinate the annual Back To School Fair fundraiser.
The most difficult part of my job was not knowing a third language. Most of the students attending this college were from various countries, with a large population of Japanese students.
Our office was secluded from the main office which made it difficult to mingle with other staff members.
Laboratory Intern (Former Employee) – Rancho Palos Verdes, CA – December 21, 2014
The business office was all about business. Printing invoices, updating the students financial records, handing out checks, etc. I learned that running a school is an expensive thing to do during my work here. My co-workers were amazing and I miss them all. There were no really hard parts in this job for me. The most enjoyable part of the job was feeling responsible.
class, before and after, was in the building next door.
Laboratory Assistant (Former Employee) – Rancho Palos Verdes, CA – December 9, 2014
A typical day at work required setting up experiment materials to be given to students according to the instructions "by your instructor." It also involved guiding new biology student through the actual lab if they for some reason felt lost. I learned many concepts all over again about general biology that I learned during my course semesters. I also learned that it is not an easy task trying to explain something that you know to someone who is doing it for the first time. My co-workers were great and valuable to me. The hardest part of the job if it ever occurred was letting the boss down. The most enjoyable part of the job was the connection being established with my professor, the students and my co-workers.
free filed trips and getting to be around the lab setting.
Great place to work, respect, loyality, compassionate and well rounded individuals.
Administrative Assistant to Dean of Students (Former Employee) – Tarrytown, NY – March 20, 2012
Working at Marymount College was an experience like no other. The people there were all respectable, considerate, compassionate, sincere and everyone worked together to help one another. Communication among superiors', staff and students was unbeatable, everyone knew exactly what to do and how to settle any situation that arose. It is a great place to work and I would go back if I were called to do so.
parking available for everyone, transportation for those who did not drive, breakfast, lunch and dinner are a reasonable rate, campus is convenient to walk to and fro.
The hiring process is scattered and chaotic. Job description changes from interview and applicants. Not sure what they want or where they want to go so applicants are tousled about without care or professionalism. They are reopening the hiring process for this positionj after two months of interviewing capable qualified applicants. And they never call back with status.
low pay scales, confusing hiring process, disregard of applicants after long interview process
Library assistant (Former Employee) – Rancho Palos Verdes, CA – April 23, 2013
Check in and out books into the library at the circulation desk, help students, process new books and magazines and do Inventory of the library. I learned how to take inventory of the library, how to process new books and magazines, and how the circulation desk works. Management was well organized. Co-workers are very nice and respectful and cooperative. Hardest part of the job was doing inventory. Most enjoyable part was helping students locate books in the library.
Library Assistant (Former Employee) – CA – May 8, 2013
I worked with customer service, generally I assisted with various projects, greeted and assisted customers, answered phones and responded to customers inquiries via email and phone, inventoried the library’s old and new books and magazines and provided administrative support. The most enjoyable part interacting with different kinds of people.
Parking Attendant (Former Employee) – Rancho Palos Verdes, CA – July 13, 2012
While working at Servite High School, I was also a student. They gave me a position as an intern and from there I learned a variety of different things. If your child is a high school male student, I recommend coming to Servite and being an intern.