Library Assistant (Current Employee), Orange City, IA – March 22, 2014
Pros: enjoyable, relaxed work environment
Cons: healthcare, weather
Nothwestern is a Christian liberal arts college in the Midwest. The work environment is great, very relaxed and the employers are exceptionally friendly.
I learned how to develop my work ethic and be an independent worker as well as the ability to work as a team with other members staff in different departments. Multi-tasking has become second nature – more... due to this job.
My co-workers were all amiable people and I can hold nothing against them.
The entire job was enjoyable and there was no particularly difficult part of the job. – less
Great place to work for students, flexible to school schedule.
Bookstore Clerk (Former Employee), Bridgeview, IL – November 5, 2013
Cons: no benefits, vacations and personal days for part-time employees.
A typical day was to help students in any way possible, There was very little communications between departments. The hardest part of the job was helping students who had not been properly notified of certain processes.
The College & Community Relations Departmentwas a fun and rewarding department to work in.
Director of College and Community Relations (Former Employee), Bridgeview, IL – September 10, 2013
Pros: new professional relationships and friendships made easily
Serving as Director of College & Community Relations allowed me to interact with some of the best people out there - high school students, parents, high school teachers, principals, and guidance counselors. Being able to interact with students in the classroom by means of a "life skills" presentation/workshop was incredibly rewarding. Knowing that I – more... was appreciated for making a difference in a student's life and future educational/career plans was the most rewarding experince yet. The employees that made up the College & Community Relations Team were some of the most dedicated, talented and hard working individuals I've ever known. – less
Assistant Professor (Current Employee), Bridgeview, IL – August 16, 2013
Pros: schedule mon-thurs
There is room for improvements. Long days and no lunch if time doesn't allow. Co-workers are good. Middle management tries hard but not much support from upper administration. Schedule is good only 30hr work weeks.
Teachers Assistant (Former Employee), Saint Paul, MN – July 20, 2013
Pros: great experience!
I had the opportunity to learn from a proffesional in the field • Organized student activities • Graded papers • Provide instructional support for the teacher • Perform exclusively non instructional or clerical tasks
Director of Admissions-ground campus (Former Employee), Naperville, Illinois – February 23, 2013
NC is the most ethical place I have ever worked! NC truly has their student’s best interest at heart, I know because my daughter is a student! A typical day is helping employees and students make the best decisions to impact their lives. While at NC I learned that short cuts are never to be made in the lives of others! Doing what’s right when no one – more... is looking is key to the success of the college as well as the individuals and students that are involved. The hardest part of the job was when a student did not pass compass and gain entrance in the program. The most enjoyable part of the job is changing the lives of others. NC is a great place to work and a great place to study! – less
Assistant to Dean of Faculty (Former Employee), Naperville, IL – February 21, 2013
assist Dean of Faculty in all aspects of college work. class schedules, faculty assignment, constant contact with advisors and admissions. Great company to work for, good pay for little work with great benefits. would take this job back in a heartbeat
Student Development Office Assistant (Former Employee), Saint Paul, MN – July 10, 2012
Pros: flexible hours, new skills learned, helping people
Cons: low pay, minimal hours
Daily I worked as an Assistant to the office manager. I filed student documents, answered the phone, and other office administrative tasks. I learned how to work in an office and to be detailed. My co-workers were not always pleasant, so I needed to learn to do my job cheerfully despite their attitudes. The hardest part of the job was learning the computer – more... system, but once I was well trained in it I learned to enjoy it and be very efficient. The most enjoyable part of this job was helping students. – less