Assistant Computer Lab Manager (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – November 2, 2017
My first time assisting the lab manager was challenging, but once I got comfortable with the position, I enjoyed every moment. I took the job as a hands-on experience, but at the same time was able to trouble-shoot any issue at ease.
Graduate Assistant, Technical Tutor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 26, 2017
As a GA, I really enjoy working at Pratt Institute because I get to interact with a lot of students. I would like to mention that the management at Pratt is really good and is very helpful. They are very flexible when it comes to working hours.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 17, 2017
Security department is the worst place to work. Many favoritism, dirty games with people, unprofessional, stressful, and definitely its not place for people who want build career and people who are friendly oriented. So so sick toxic place for work.
Student (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – May 20, 2017
At the Pratt Institute I got exposed to the world of fashion and other visual arts such as painting and collaging. I learned a massive amount of information within a month and developed a newfound appreciate for the visual arts.
Pratt in Venice Undergraduate Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – May 1, 2017
Thanks to Pratt I am an excellent candidate for the field of fine arts including but not limited to: teaching, gallery management, docent, curator, fine arts restoration, and professional artist residency.
A well-paying, respectable job with convenient on-campus placement
Lab Monitor (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 27, 2017
My lab monitor position was relatively easy to secure, provided I began emailing my supervisors and sending in applications a few months beforehand. I feel there is a good chance I will be returning at the start of my next school year. There were several weeks of training required to properly perform the duties of my position, and I was payed for all hours I spent in the lab or at employee seminars. My hours are limited, since there are a number of student workers on the staff and all need to have their own time on duty. My first shifts were usually quiet, as I had an opening and closing one in my first semester. The job pays relatively well, considering it is my first ($10 an hour), and this might be because of the amount of technical knowledge required for it. Providing timely service is at times a bit difficult, as occasionally procedures were complicated or equipment was temperamental, but overall the job is an enjoyable one.
Manageable hours compatible with my schedule, good pay, good communication with supervisor
BENCH/ASSEMBLY CELL OP 1 (Former Employee) – North Berwick, ME – March 23, 2017
I enjoyed working there I wouldn't have left if I could have gone on first shift, great people to work with and the benifits are great and profit sharing and they have a appreciation days for there employees and gifts to give them as well it's great place to work and I would go back to it again if I could.
Insurance is great people r great to work with
I really don't have anything bad to say about this place
Work independently, answer campus switchboard calls, keep online directory up to date, trouble-shoot campus wide telephone inquiries. A typical day is speaking to the general public, faculty and staff on the phone. Providing travel directions to our school and all other general information. I learned to be patient and to be compassionate to everyone's story. Management is very nice and easy to approach. The campus is very beautiful throughout the year. The hardest part of the job is seeing people retire or leave the institute as you build great relationships throughout the years. The most enjoyable part of the job is the grounds, very beautiful to look at. Art and sculptures are everywhere.
Great Time/ Leave Package
Not many opportuities to elevate to other positions.
Pratt Institute is one of the premier design schools.
Adjunct Professor - Communications Design (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 5, 2016
Pratt Institute is one of the premier design schools in the United States, placing consistently in the top five to ten art schools. The faculty and alumni are recognized as among the best qualified in the world.