Student Office Assistant for Advising Department (Former Employee) – Quincy, MA – October 31, 2017
It was a temporary work study position for students, I got to work with students in the advising office and help them navigate the school portal, answered questions, and assisted them in any other way they needed.
Work Study (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MA – August 29, 2017
A typical work day at Quincy College includes making copies, making spread sheets, and answering phone calls. Once in a while I will take future students on a tour of the campus. I learned how to use Microsoft Excel better. Management was great to work with and they are very helpful when trying to learn new things. Work place culture is very functional and everyone works together very well. The hardest part of the job was figuring out how to work with Microsoft Excel. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping new students become comfortable with the campus and in their classrooms
Running different projects at the same time, enhancing my learining
LABORATORY ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – 1250 Hancock St. Quincy MA 02169 – June 19, 2017
Quincy College Lab is a very busy place, classes are running everyday from Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 3:00pm and 5:00pm to 9:00pm, every group has different projects and they learn to grow different type of cultures. Helping the Instructors and preparing material for the classes was a great learning experience, including the cleaning of the laboratory, the safety and the way to discard items.
Assistant Teacher (Former Employee) – Quincy College, Quincy, MA – December 11, 2016
• Perform daily checks of incubators and refrigerators, maintain laboratory cleanliness. • Assist instructors during medical microbiology course as well as prepare laboratory for class by subbing organisms.
Adjunct Faculty (Current Employee) – Quincy, MA – November 25, 2016
Quincy College is a great place to work. A typical day would involve creating lesson plans that are practical and interactive. I strive to blend text book material with current events in society. The approach is to create projects and discussion environments that inspire students to further study.
Challenging myself to create lesson plans that are current, interactive and enjoyable..
Enjoyable workplace that encourages positive work relations
Peer Tutor - Student Development Office (Current Employee) – Quincy, MA – August 12, 2016
Working as a peer tutor has been very enjoyable. Being able to work with students one-on-one on a daily basis and helping them improve is extremely satisfying. I have learned a lot about identifying each individual's personal needs, strengths, and weaknesses, and using these to help them understand course material and develop better study strategies. The most difficult part of the job has been when an occasional student comes in that I am not sure how to help, whether because of a disability, language barrier, or another reason. However, I've found that my co-workers, many of which tutor professionally, have always been able to help me find a solution and improve my skills as a tutor. By far the most enjoyable part of this job is when I see a student who has been struggling finally understand a concept, or come back in with an improved grade. Seeing the progress they make, and seeing how proud they are of that progress, makes working here very meaningful.
Work Study, Physical Therapy Assistant Program (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MA – April 19, 2016
This was a work study program. Being that there were different areas of the program, I was an aid to the new and soon to be running PTA Program. I learned about google docs, Physical therapy courses and programs. The staff was amazing, very friendly and easy to work with. They were very accommodating.
Overall it was a great experience with wonderful co-workers
Front Desk Assistant (Current Employee) – Quincy, MA – December 23, 2014
My time at Quincy College was memorable. My typical work days would vary. There were times where it was extremely busy and other times it was very quiet. I learned a lot about the admission process for nursing students. The hardest part of the job was comforting students who would not advance in the nursing program. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people everyday. I also enjoyed working with my co-workers who were more like family to me.
Unique community college with some excellent faculty.
Faculty - Natural and Health Sciences (Former Employee) – Quincy, MA – January 11, 2014
The schedule of a full-time science faculty member includes 3 lectures and 3 labs. The college receives a diverse population of students ranging in academic experience, which is part of the amazing challenge. It is one of the most difficult aspects of this job, yet one of the most enjoyable. Every term produces individual challenges that makes the faculty member better from the experience.
Great program to get hands on and gain real experiences in both biomanufacturing and biomedical researching industries
Student (Current Employee) – quincy – February 5, 2013
It is just an entry-level positions in the biomanufacturing or biomedical research industries with 6 hour-lab courses, it seems long but time is never enough for us. We do the experiments as well as having lectures at the same time, so that all the materials and purposes of each steps we're doing would be covered and understood thoroughly. We're all working in groups and well- cooperating with each other. It is really great to actually get hands on doing the experiments using the industry's tools and instruments while figuring out how to operate it using the SOP. The hardest part of the job might be to work with invalidate instruments and obtaining errors results.