MENTOR/VOLUNTEER (Former Employee), Rockville, MD – March 26, 2015
While here, I was able to assist adults who needed help with english conversation. Most of the adutls who participated in this program were not from the US. So we had to start off slow and small and eventually through trial and error and much hard work and dedication the students were able to grasp english conversation and gradaute from the program.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Rockville, MD – February 27, 2015
Pros: free lunch, constant support from peers, reliability
Great environment. I learn that it is not all about coming in work and leave. We became family I have the best co-workers ever. Very nice, caring, and loving individuals. I love every single part of the job
Pros: an excellent place to grow in the educational field.
Cons: i am not longer working there.
Montgomery College is an excellent educational facility. They have the best work team. The management is well organize. Through the group work you can see the wonderful results in the students successful achievements.
Building and Grounds Maintenance Manager (Current Employee), Germantown, Maryland – February 18, 2015
It was a great place to work with high morale and everyone got along and did fantastic work, until a new management came to the Campus. Morale dropped quickly and most people were not helping each other out like they did before but the work did get done
When I started, I saw myself retiring from there but now I don't see that at all.
Student Aide- Art Dept (Former Employee), Takoma Park, MD – December 16, 2014
Pros: meeting different people
a typical day involves helping students to achieve their academic goals by assisting students with lab assignments, tutoring, accessing various materials in the lab. I have aquired the knowlege of specific disciplines to be able to tutor on certain subjects. my coworkers were fun loving individuals with a passion for learning. There weren't any difficult parts of this job, I really enjoyed the diversity of the lab.
The job teaches plenty of patience and how to interact with people. A normal day at work would be talking to at least 100 students and helping with their assignments. Because of the wide spread of assignments, working there is like taking all the computer classes at once. Working there as a student is very beneficial because you can also work on your own assignments if no one is in need of help. This is a great on campus job.
Pros: everyone wanted the college to be the best possible.
Cons: the different function areas still have not learned to work together.
Montgomery College supports its' employees. Salaries were higher than most other public institutions. Advancement was available to all who excelled at their jobs. I worked with a dedicated group of people. Everyone did their jobs well. Everyone worked to support everyone else. We all depended upon each other for certain kinds of information. The two managers I had were excellent. They would each always listen to what I had to say, even when we did not agree. The most difficult part of the job was getting others in the various functional areas to understand what an integrated data base (BANNER) was, and how information provided by one area could affect other functional areas. People around the college appreciated what we did, and said so.
building service (Current Employee), silver sping md – June 30, 2014
A self-starting creative college with demonstrated organizational and abilities. Works well individually or as part of a team. A results-oriented, dependable professional with demonstrated knowledg fast-paced environment as well as providing outstanding customer service while increasing the overall customer experience. Able to contribute favorably to bottom line goals with the use of analytical skills.
Learn the Basics of Marketing,Employ strategic marketing skills, including scenario planning, market intelligence, customer profiles, marketing plans, and competitive analysis, to respond to organizational marketing challenges.
Training Instructor (Former Employee), Rockville, MD – January 23, 2014
Pros: little stress
Cons: support from administrative personnel
developing and implementation of curriculum for children in preschool age, taking trainings in Early CHildhood Education. The most enjoyable the nurturing and beautiful environment to work. The hardest, being physical exhausted after working for 8 hours with little ones.