Temporary Assignment (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 23, 2015
My work experience detailed, scanning documents and transferring them into PDF files to be uploaded to the Senior Administrator file system. I filed documents and typed correspondence using MS Word and MS Excel. I used the telephone to contact students about school updates, instructed by the Academic Office. I worked independently. I had little contact with my co-workers. I view nothing on the job to be hard because I was properly prepared through previous jobs and education.
If you are a friend of the owner or the provost all will go very well...
Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 21, 2016
I truly do not recommend working here. It is painfully clear that the owner only cares about MONEY and lots of it. The daily temperature is who is getting fired because enrollment is down.The morale is terrible as unqualified people are put in positions of power because they are friends with the owner or the provost. They did clean up some of the mess but toxicity abounds readily. It is similar to high school....Stay away.This place is so unprofessional, unmoral and greedy. And, you will get stabbed in the back, eventually.
Unprofessional, no morals, decisions are based on greed rather than student success
Intern (Former Employee) – Pittsfield, MA – July 21, 2016
I had an over all amazing experience while at Mildred Elley! All of the students and co workers were amazing and nice ! I had a lot of help trying to find real work after my time as an intern was over. They really do care about people's welfare.
professional and organized, Educational corporation that excels in all areas
Career Services Assistant (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – April 12, 2016
Empire Corporation is a great educational institution, that provides its employees a great environment for positivity. Well organized School centered on student needs. Excels in assisting its students with guidance to their future careers.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Albany NY – February 1, 2015
I think that the whole team is awesome everybody is wonderful I learned a lot about office work most of my real time training came from this job I appreciate and cherish the work ethic and skills I have got from here. I absolutely enjoyed this job......
Chair (Former Employee) – NYC – September 30, 2014
This school truly only cares about money...not the students or faculty..believe me. I had a high position in this company and saw ( and experienced) some very unprofessional and less than moral behavior. Go to the Swedish Institute....it is an all around better environment.
SLAVE (Former Employee) – New York, NY (Metro NYC campus) – August 27, 2014
My entire work experience at Mildred Elley's NYC campus was MISERABLE. I discourage anyone to apply, interview, or accept a position here unless you want to become severely depressed and suicidal. You will be overworked, underpaid, and immensely disrespected by students AND staff!!!! Stay away!!
Federal Work Study-Library Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 21, 2014
A typical day working as a Federal Work Study-Library Assistant was hectic but also a thrill. I got to help my fellow classmates on projects. I've learned the value of patience. I was dealing with classmates who was learning how to use the computer for the first time,people who were learning how to write an APA style paper and learning how to do research from articles.My co-workers were also fellow work study students like me. It was refreshing and exciting to work with someone off my own age in the same job. The hardest part about my job would be balancing my studies and work. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing my peers come back and tell me they got a high grade on their paper or past a certain quiz
Manager (Former Employee) – New York – August 7, 2013
Mildred Elley only cares about taking money from their students. The first week of class they enroll a bunch of students and by the second let alone the third week of class the classrooms are empty. LPN students are enrolled but many of them have trouble passing the NCLEX exam at the end of the program.