. Direct veterans/students to the correct Advisors. - Veterans Upward Bound provide free classes,workshop&seminars . Management is flexible . Co-workers are helpful . Hardest part of job is being unable to attend some of the events . Cultural events
This is my first experience as a Clinical Instructor. It has overall been a great experience. I enjoy working with the students and feel supported. I wish we had a little more training however, before starting the school year.
INTERN (Former Employee) – 301 Largo Rd, Largo, MD 20774 – October 4, 2016
I worked with two different sections and had two different kind of responsibilities.With the Center of Professional Development, I help create a film about Title IX. I also made and answered phone calls and created meetings. With the Technology Research Center, I learn how to use different graphic design systems. All my co-workers were 30 years older then me and treated me like a equal.
- A typical day would be filing and answering phones. - Assisting veterans with questions about the college enrollment process. - Assist the veteran with basic skills to help to complete the high school equivalency program. - Assist with applying for financial aid.
I have learned a lot about veterans benefits.
I am able to participate in some of the fun activities on campus.
Productive and educational workplace with many opportunities for advancement
Student Assistant to the Recruitment Coordinator (Current Employee) – Largo, MD – July 28, 2014
My day consists of: Answering phones, talking to students via email, taking small inventory in my manager's office, making several copies, setting up events, various administrative duties etc. Since being on my job I've learned to be a better communicator, to be more involved with my superiors and overall great qualities to add to my profession. As far as my co-workers everyone is open to learn new things and willing to teach when need be and overall team players, the most enjoyable part of my job is the friendly work environment I encounter every morning.
Learning something new everyday, meeting new people
Fun and a constant learning experience environment
Office Associate II (Current Employee) – Largo, MD – September 3, 2014
A typical day in my office consist of scheduling meetings, conducting research for our department, updating our budget, create requisitions, general office duties (faxing, filing, photocopying, answering multi-line telephones, prepares and receive incoming and outgoing mail, etc.) pull student transcripts, order lunch for meetings and interact with students daily :-)
Free courses to take at either low or no cost.
Because this is a part time job, I don't get any benefits, sick or vacation leave and holiday pay.
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – Largo, MD – April 9, 2016
The environment at Prince George's Community College is one where student's are first. The administration and staff throughout the college are all engaged and committed to enhancing the college for the students benefit.
Assistant to the Secretary of the Dean (Former Employee) – Largo, MD – October 18, 2015
Making Brochure, preparing for banquets.I learn how to dress accordingly, how to answer the telephone and help with any issues. My manager was friendly,and told me how to better myself in areas if needed. The co-workers and I get together on break and see if anyone needed anyone's help. The hardest thing about this job is transferring important documents to the Dean or Labor department,and protecting the papers like it was your life. Every Friday my manager and team would get together and give us a progress report.