Pros: people, management, environment
Cons: slow to change, in need of some changes
Spring Arbor is a positive environment to work in that seeks to take good care of its employees. There are great staff and a sincere community. It may not pay the best but you will be hard pressed to find more genuine and kind employees. Like all Christian institutions, moving forward with new ideas can sometimes be difficult but Spring Arbor remains fairly open and accepting.
A day of work for me consisted of tours, lunch meetings, call nights, office work, and other various tasks.
I was a student worker so my job looked different. My most difficult part was having to work on a few random weekends. I had to be prepared to work extra if needed.
The most enjoyable part was building relationships with my coworkers whether students or full time staff.
Management genuinely cares about the employees.