Very good place to work in. You get to meet a lot of people. The hardest part of the job is the yearly inventory but it is also good because no matter your post, you have a section to do inventory on. Meaning basically that the work is distributed equally. A typical day at work is being at the circulation desk and helping out students and taking care of any other issues the students might have.
Financial Aid Assistant Officer (Former Employee) – Edison, NJ – June 5, 2015
In the past, I was a Financial Aid officer where I assisted students seeking to complete their financial aid forms to get assistance while they receive a college education. My goal was to establish trust, communicate effectively, and being extremely organized when dealing with sensitive paperwork. In conclusion, I want to grow professionally and socially. I am a hard worker and I take pride in quality work
Work Study Student (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – January 5, 2015
A typical day as a work study at Middlesex County College New Brunswick Center would be greeting my coworkers at the start of my shift. I will then check if there was anything I needed to file, copy or shred. In addition, I will assist any of my co-workers with any help they may need assisting other students.
Tutor (Current Employee) – Edison, NJ – July 22, 2014
Working as a tutor gave me the opportunity to retain the knowledge of courses that i was tutoring. It also improved my communication skills. The environment is very friendly and supportive. Overall, it's a learning experience at the job everyday.
The work environment at MCC was awesome. However, the reason why I am leaving MCC is I need to work more than 15-20 hours. I had a great time working at MCC, but I consider it is time to start building my career path and work between 30-40 hours.
Middlesex County College is a good college. Its clean, friendly, and pretty diverse even though it could use more. The college has a lot of politics that get in the way of some people doing big things. This means that getting in might be great but once your there and when you try to fix some things, it will be very difficult. Also the grant money that the college receives could be used a little differently to make things run smoother. I haven't got much else to say other than i wish you luck and i insist you help make this college a five star community college once you get in.