Positive working environment centered around student engagement
Recruiter, Program Consulting (Former Employee), Glendale, AZ – May 19, 2014
Pros: positive work environment, flexible scheduling
Cons: lack of structure, no accountability
As a recruiter at Glendale Community College, I explain college programs and procedures to members of the general public. I make scheduled visits to targeted high schools in West Phoenix. I enjoying explaining this information at college / career fairs and social media. I enjoying meeting new people and making connections. Scheduling and providing campus – more... tours brings me great joy. – less
Fun place to work that offered help to new students
Coordinator (Former Employee), Riverside, CA – August 15, 2013
On most days, I would answer phone calls from new students who had questions regarding the campus. A couple of days out of the week, busses would drop off elementary, middle, or high school students for a tour around campus. This involved sharing a great deal of history about the college, including the plans for the future. Management and coworkers – more... were very friendly and polite. – less
Head Organizer (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – July 18, 2013
Pros: nice environment
Cons: rude co-workers
A Typical day at work includes going to your desk looking in your task book. Complete all tasks for the day, also create more tasks for the next work day. Meet with team, discuss things thats more of a bigger priority to get completed.
Tower Relations Manager (Former Employee), Brooklyn, NY – June 20, 2013
Pros: great work staff and business casual environment
Cons: no healthcare
Typical day at work would be interacting with clients,customers via telephone , assuring we set up an easy pick up of the vehicles on a timely matter , also being on top of our towers on picking up those vehicles and making sure the customers are 100% satisfied , Making sure my workers are following protocol throughout the day , listening to phone records – more... peridocally . – less
Missionary work (Former Employee), Mexico, Russia, Africa, India and Cambodia. – April 29, 2013
Pros: getting to travel and learn so much.
Cons: hot and just a completely different environment.
Being on the field can be extremely growing and also very trying. You get to learn so much but other countries and the culture, how they do life. The hardest part is getting emotionally attached to the families you meet and then having to leave.