Pros: weekdays, clean and comfortable learning environment, garage parking, awesome opportunity for me to grow.
Cons: the college a good distance from where i live, there were times we ran out of supplies because of the ball getting dropped somewhere along the line, but overall it was really very positive, i can't think of many cons.
I get to share my skills and knowledge with students who have the desire to enter into the field of Surgical Technology. It keeps me on my toes and I am learning new things from the students as they do their clinicals.
I have the support and backing of my Director and Administration to have the freedom to Instruct my class how I see fit, within the – more... guidelines of course.
I think the hardest part of the job for me was getting comfortable and confident in my skin as an Instructor, keeping that professional line drawn but still be approachable, and having to tell a student they are no longer in the program due to various types of circumstances. I want all my students to succeed so when I have to deal with that kind of situation it is sad
The school values the Allied Health programs and evidence of that is 2 state of the art O.R labs we have to teach hands on skills and expose and prepare the students for the real O.R .
They are very pro community and encourage classes and/or programs to do community outreaches. My class collected baby items for a home that housed teen mothers. The school sent an event employee to take pictures and write an article about our class. It was put in the faculty monthly magazine. It encouraged others to do the same, reach out beyond the 4 walls of the classroom to our community
It has been a positive and fun experience. – less