OFFICE INTERN (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 20, 2017
I use to love this internship because it had to do with the enrollment of new student for GED. I use to send data to the Board of Education like absences. Answering phones and answering question in regard to the programs, filling document, making copy, helping document for graduation day.
Great hours I really wish I could have stayed longer... Was really fun working at the PAL on longwood ave I didn't get picked permanently because I didn't have my diploma but I'm in the process of getting it.
Employment Services and Placement Director (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 23, 2014
As a former Employment Services and Placement Director, I must say that NMIC was a great place to work. I was given the opportunity to manage and implement new systems without micro-management, yet having a support system if needed. I was sadened to learn that most of the staff I had the pleasure of working with have moved on.
I was proud of the fact that NMIC clients/participants were given the services they came for, and I believe they were better for it upon their completion/departure.
I give NMIC and it's mission goals five stars!
Support when u need it, great benefits, and a place you were proud to work.
ESOL Instructor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 28, 2013
Staff members as well as students on the fourth floor are amazing people!! It is a pleasure to work for the Adult Education Program. Supervisors and co-workers are always available to give you a hand or a valuable advise. Students show their gratitude every single day.
Long periods of standing, environment neat and kept clean, worked in bad conditions
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 15, 2012
fast-paced and exhausting with sometimes no pay involved for the first week. -Marketing and Promotions -alright -Working under very bad conditions with no benefits -Going home after a long day with more determination to succeed
Case Manager (Former Employee) – 76 Wadsworth Avenue – July 20, 2012
NMIC is not your typical work place if you have to report to the Director (She) is a tyrant that has not leadership skills or communication with certain staff members that have an opinion or their own thoughts. I worked for NMIC for a period of only 3 months before i decided to leave due to the Directors verbal abuse, No Leadership Skills, and Structure system, Which i got tired of and found another job and left. Also, if everyone is rendered powerless because everyone including HR has no power over this woman she can do no wrong there. She verbally abuses staff by stating in appropriate comments like " Are you stupid or something didn't you graduate from college"and other disrespectful comments. Basically the place is a dictatorship that is ran by her, and employees have no voice and just decide to leave.(Note their turn over rate is one of the highest when i decided to leave about 8 people had left before me) Only great part about that company is the benefit and certain staff members are very helpful. To Conclude, the Job Development Department has the highest turn over rate either they are fired or they quit because they cant take the abuse from the Director and also JD's are treated like they are at the bottom of the totem pole, but they are the money producers in that place.(JD's are lied to and told they will only deal with one population of candidates, but after hire they are told the truth that they will deal with 7 to 8 different programs with each program having totally different criteria's and goals. I am just informing you of the truth so if you are able to be verballymore... abuse and insulted for no reason due to the fact the Director has real mental issues and needs medication or therapy then GOOD LUCK but i will never again work from an employer like this again in my life.less
good benefits, helpful staff, great vacation and holidays
director is lonnie, verbally abusive and no work structure. no work structure