Great pay and fun work environment. I worked in the art department which is obviously exciting and creative. The faculty is kind and helpful. I felt welcomed and valued, even though I was only meant to be there for one year.
Dirctor of Facilities (Current Employee) – Bedford, MA – January 25, 2017
Difficult to perform well no communication or feedback good or bad. A typical day at work is me being everyone's answer to all things and putting out fires. I have learned to deal with difficult people. The best part of my job is dealing with the educational individuals and the stakeholders
Part-Time Employee, not really qualified to review
Professional Tutor (Current Employee) – Lowell, MA – January 5, 2017
It is a pleasure to work with the students. Despite what I was told during training sessions most students are excited to learn so long as they're acknowledged as people. Some of the staff and administrators are excited to help students and realize that the teaching models must change as the student body and times change, however there are a few in critical leadership positions that believe their way is the right way simply because that's how they've always done it, or they simply don't want to change. There is also the appearance from some of the leadership believe to be successful they must offer more difficult courses, but as a result they are acting in direct opposition to their purpose as a Community College, as they are not ensuring their students have adequate foundation skills.
Lab Assistant to Mr. Peter Galgano (Former Employee) – Middletown, CT – December 10, 2016
This is a great way to study and earn some money out of your studies. Manager was very helpful, was working everyday, punctual, good listener. Co-workers worked hard and did often helped each other if tasks were harder or mentoring other required more than one tutor for any reason. Schedule was very flexible.
Flexible Schedule, Great Management, Relaxing Workplace, Fun at Times
Challenging if not familiar with programs or bad with social relations
Nursing Student (Former Employee) – Lowell, MA – November 17, 2016
MCC provides a great foundation to the nursing student. They Provide many clinical experiences that range from pediatrics, Med/Surg, Psychiatric, Community rotations. They provide support to all of their students to optimize their success.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Lowell, MA – February 23, 2016
MCC was home away from home, Friendly environment. Employees cared about each other. I was sad to leave because of other employment. Everyone encouraged each other and there was always room for growth.
MXCC was my first community-college teaching job. At the time, technology at the college was not as advanced (e.g. there were chalkboards instead of whiteboards in some of the buildings and lack of other teaching software like Quizdom). I taught at both the Middletown Connecticut and Meriden CT campuses. The Middletown campus is larger and more accessible in both location and faculty support than the Meriden campus. The student population is much smaller at the Meriden campus. I enjoyed having eyes and ears on my student's computers when I taught a DEV ED Reading class in my last semester at MXCC. I had little access to my Dept. Chair or colleagues on a daily basis but was able to make appointments as necessary to meet with them. I learned how rewarding it is to work at a community college and that set the foundation for another five years teaching English at another community college.
Public Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Salem, NH – October 15, 2015
· Patrol industrial and commercial premises to prevent and detect signs of intrusion and ensure security of doors, windows, and gates. ·Write reports of daily activities and irregularities, such as equipment or property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons, or unusual occurrences.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Lowell, MA – October 10, 2015
Working within numerous departments, schedule appointments, traige calls, handle high call volume with curteous manner, manage confidential student records, exercise strict confidentiatly, work with high school students, parents and adult learners.
Always a challenge, as the Graphic Design market keeps changing.
Graphic Design Instructor (Current Employee) – Lowell, MA – July 9, 2015
As the design market changes, so do the tools used to execute good graphics. The constant challenge is 1-Good design, 2- Great ideas, 3- The ability to find your market. Working with students keeps you on your toes. They always ask the hard questions. I enjoy the challenges they bring to the classroom
CLERK (Former Employee) – Middletown CT – June 27, 2015
Loved working with other students and helping them get established in their new college setting. My co workers were always funny, loving and very respectful. They were always happy to see me. They also became more like family. Loved working at the school it was an awesome experience.