Again, second review.... Best school ever! In all levels!
Nuclear Medicine Intern (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – September 15, 2015
Better than going to a "fancy" private school where you spend more than you ever planned. They teach you and focus on all your every needs. Willing to always accommodate their schedules for their students and holidays! Tuition is the best part. But, I walked away knowing everything for my career. Will most likely pursue my bachelors here!!!!
Program Assistant (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – April 23, 2014
The Earth Ethics Institute is a wonderful place to work if you are passionate about education in sustainability. There is a lot of freedom and independence and creativity is always welcome. There is also room for skill development in coordination, administration, and customer relations. The most important thing is that the employee's strength is highly considered and encouraged to be applied towards the organization's programming.
constant learning opportunities via workshops, conferences, etc.
English and Spanish Instructor (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – December 26, 2013
MDC has always established good workplace ethics within the school. I have learned to truly target the learning needs of a multicultural student body. It has good management. Co-workers are highly professional. The hardest part of the job is teaching beginning language learners. The most enjoyable part of the job is realizing how your student make good progress.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – March 14, 2013
It was a wonderful work experience. I learned how to enter and update information, which I have experience for. The people I worked with were wonderful people and I had the great pleasure of working with them. I enjoyed mostly entering data. The hardest part was multi-tasking, but I was able to do it.
A typical day at work requires you to run up and down stairs, to open classrooms for teacher's and students. I've learned how to work on hard tasks by myself and with other's. I've learned that i cannot please everyone with the hard work i do. Management do their best at guiding me through my things i don't understand. Some of my co-workers i am very close with and they are awesome. The hardest part about my job is to watch someone you considered family get terminated/retire from the job. I enjoy all the students and because they are the ones that make your day when you talk to them.
Where I learned how to be a Strength and Conditioning Coach
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – August 1, 2012
Assisted with the implementation of strength and conditioning programs for intercollegiate sports teams; provided direct training to athletes and monitored their performance with respect to proper form and technique in order to optimize their training and performance, maintenance of the weight room and general day to day operations. I learned how to be a Strength and Conditioning Coach there.
Financial Aid Assistant (Former Employee) – Miami, Florida – March 5, 2012
My experience at Miami Dade College was quite interesting and productive since I was able to learn the basics of financial aid. Thanks to this opportunity I was able to get my job at Keiser University.