Get co-workers together to celebrate the holidays.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – August 23, 2017
I was work three or four days in the week. , I provided office support to the department by answering a multi-line phone system, typing, using Microsoft Excel to create and maintain student data, create labels and perform other general tasks. I have the ability to work independently, have excellent attention to detail, and complete tasks within established deadlines. Most enjoyable part is can help students to find wright way to take classes.
Computer Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, VA – September 20, 2017
Since it was a community college everything was all that an academic environment should be. Wonderful people, good management and a great support for students including myself having been an actual student there. Good working experience with great feedback and incentives from the staff.
IT Tutor (Current Employee) – Manassas, VA – August 16, 2017
There is a great place to know students come from around the world. I learn how to handle multiple problems from students. Time management is the hardest part because the most students will need to review all the lectures before final
Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Springfield, VA – August 16, 2017
Nearly all work-study jobs are conveniently located on a NOVA campus and work schedules are generally flexible around your class schedule. Federal work-study earnings do not reduce your financial aid eligibility when you reapply for aid.
Education Specialist Supervisor (Former Employee) – Annandale, VA – August 10, 2017
A typical day at work consisted of answering calls regarding get started at NOVA. How to register for classes, create a student account. How to apply for Financial aid. I learned to really multi-task, operate several programs at once. The Culture for the Call Center was very diverse. The most difficult part of the job was management. Most enjoyable was the people I worked with.
Advisor Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Annandale, VA – July 13, 2017
It was a wonderful experience and made me even more sure that I would like to pursue a career in management related.
Over the course of the work study, I was able to spend many hours with each resident listening to them, and talking with them about their goals and plans for the future. It was incredibly rewarding to be able to help them focus and make plans when so many of them started out without much hope.
Your advice and experience has been tremendously helpful throughout these past six months.
Mathematics Instructor (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – June 30, 2017
NVCC is leader in the providing accessible education and preparing professionals that are always demanded at the contemporary job market. During my working experience with NVCC I have learned and developed complex of professional skills that are vital at any type of business, professional environment and social work.
Financial Advisor (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – June 30, 2017
Working in the central financial aid office was fun and interesting. I learned a lot about higher education as well as my co-workers were a great team. The hardest part of the job was if a student was no longer eligible for financial aid.
Captioning Assistant (Former Employee) – Annandale, VA – June 22, 2017
things i did were pretty fast paced but manageable. the tasks were simple. Watch a video, write down the words on a word document, and then send them to the person that would actually put those words into captions. all and all, the experience was pretty nice.
Program/Data Manager (Current Employee) – Annandale, VA – June 14, 2017
NOVA was a rewarding place. I learned a lot and found challenge in my job which lead to professional growth. NOVA is a very diverse environment. The many cultures that attend NOVA makes the experience here exciting. NOVA is student-centric. NOVA encourages all to enroll and find their niche here. I was glad to do my part to make the students' NOVA experience the best.