Print Center Manager (Former Employee) – Vienna, VA – June 4, 2012
As a manager I would review all upcoming task and assign them to my co-workers. I made sure inventory was filled and troubleshooted all printers, designed all posters and materials handed out to all the students.
Work Study (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 30, 2016
Sanford Brown College is a lie home environment, co-workers are nice and always willing to help. Very organize . the most enjoyable part of my job is working with the ma coordinator, because i see her different than others, its easy to judge but we sometimes dont know what others are living and dealing with.
Guided and maintained didactic lessons for students in Med-Surg 2, Maternal Health, Pediatrics, Mental Health. Completed counseling form as necessary
Instructor (Current Employee) – Melville, NY – March 26, 2016
Motivated, encouraged and facilitated lecture utilizing up to date strategies for advanced understanding of material. Evaluated effectiveness of communication thru exams and onsite clinical exposure, Highest level of ATI achieved since my employment.
Work Study Student (Former Employee) – Iselin, NJ – March 23, 2016
I really enjoyed taking classes there, and work there to help me pay for school. The staff was very friendly and encouraging the whole step of the way. I got to work in he financial aid department, and I really learned a lot
Career Advisor (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – February 19, 2016
The school is closing based on parent company Career Education Corporation. While the exceptional education provided the students and the highly successful career assistance provided the graduates, the upper management was in constant flux and did not have the vision or commitment to the stated business plan. The upper management was more focused on generating profit that serving the needs of the students and graduates. They were unable and/or unable to find ways to work to meet the requirements of pending "gainful employment" legislation.
However; at the campus level the moral and dedication to the students, graduates, and the quality of the education was strong and highly professional.
Career Services Representative (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 9, 2016
A typical day at work was always interesting and productive. i directed calls of graduates to appropriate areas and staff members, I handled all clerical work such as faxing, filing and copying. Management was easy going, very respectful and knowledgeable. The hardest part of my job was to hear testimonies of students who were not able to find jobs and would come to us seeking employment help. The most enjoyable part of the job was that my classroom was right upstairs so when i was finished working i could go directly to class with no traffic stops or any delays.
Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 15, 2016
The company changed over the last 5 years and it was not the place it use to be. The company was staff and student oriented but they became more interested in the bottom line. I loved the company even though the advancement was slim. Typical day at work is assist staff and students with daily function to have a successful day.
lunch breaks, changing pay rates multiple times a year.
I liked interacting with people who had goals for a better future
High School Admissions Representative (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 11, 2016
Maintaining a schedule of 100 calls daily; setting a minimum of 5 appointments daily. Taking inbound lead calls daily. Excellent follow up and communication skills with other departments to ensure a 90% start.
Interacting with people, and helping make a difference in their lives
It was more of a sales job than actually caring about the students
Surgical Technology Program Chair (Former Employee) – Saint Peters, MO – December 22, 2015
I enjoyed the time I spent at Sanford Brown, too bad the company closed which did a big disservice to the community it served. The students were very good and once the changes was taken with the right personal in place the school was gone. A number of students lives would not have changed without Sanford Brown College being in their lives. Miss the place greatly.
A fun workplace is one with an exercising room and a place to mediate in order to be productive.
Adjunct Professor, MBC Program (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – December 4, 2015
Overall, a typical work day is one that consist of a culture where expectations are clear and management is supportive to staff. One of the hardest part about any job is clear communication. I have enjoyed the opportunity to work along side others who share the same goals and beliefs as myself.
Providing a down time for employers is essential in the work place today
Too many demands and several levels of supervisors
No day was typical. The classes we taught in history, forecasting and textiles science were very different in subject matter and approach. Instructors were provided with “Part A” of the course syllabus. This first section was created in the head office and established goals/objectives for the course outcomes. Instructors developed “Part B” which consisted of a breakdown of material to be covered for each class and assignment deadlines. We created rubrics and criteria for homework, in class oral presentations or labs and research projects. Assigned projects were generated by students in Adobe Illustrator®, Excel®, Outlook®, PowerPoint®, Word® and presented hardcopy in report covers or on concept boards. Students also submitted the completed assignment electronically into the portal. The faculty worked as a team to build upon curriculum and to gain insight from the experience of others. During in-service meetings we made relevant contributions to the growth of the diverse student population. We encountered students who gave no effort to meet criteria or deadlines while expecting to receive (not earn) high grades. How to reach them was a big challenge. We tried different tactics involving drafts or bonus points for outlines and critiques for work in process. Rewards came from students who applied new found knowledge and research to meet and often exceed expectations under deadline. The best rewards came from former students who would comment in the hallway that those earlier courses had provided a solid base for the advanced courses they were now taking. On line classes exposedmore... this instructor to building lesson plans, bettering the classroom environment for those with disabilities and reinforced our belief in utilizing software in Windows® and Adobe® platforms. The three on-line courses mentioned were a minimal part of our six years of continuing education. We believe, no matter the career path a student chooses, that career is in a business with demands for electronic communication in knowledge sharing, planning and record keeping.less
Taught subjects (history, science and market research) which prepared students for an exciting and demanding career
Short terms which challenged students to learn much in an abbreviated time frame
Student support- IT staff department (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 4, 2015
As an in-school social worker, my schedule varies widely every day. I spend the majority of my week in session with my clients. Typically these are one-on-one counseling sessions, but I also run multiple group sessions. I also spend a few hours every day training, observing, and providing feedback for my social work interns. So about 50% of my time is spent working directly with clients, and 25% of my time is spent working with my interns. Another 25% is spent working directly with the school administration, attending and helping run meetings related to student progress and curriculum development. The rest of my time is spent completing paperwork on my clients, meeting with teachers to check in on particular students’ needs, and setting goals for the following week. You will see this adds up to more than 100% of my time: I always strive to go above and beyond for my clients.