Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – August 8, 2017
This job is an on-going learning and teaching process. It offered me the best opportunities of my life-time. The students, management and all staff are very professional and knowledgeable in their fields.
Opportunity to grow. Diverse populations are respected
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Fredonia, NY – June 30, 2017
I worked as a teaching assistant for Fredonia, and the people who run the school seem to not really care for the students. More about how they look/making money. The professors care at least, not the management.
The most professional, knowledgable, and supportive department
Adjunct Professor/ University Supervisor (Current Employee) – New Paltz, NY – May 31, 2017
My three years working as an Adjunct Professor and University Supervisor were the happiest years since my retirement from public school. My colleagues are caring and extremely passionate about educating our future special educators!
Overall enjoyable place to work that prioritized productivity over micromanagement
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 1, 2017
I performed experiments in the field of water treatment by investigating the formation of disinfection byproducts in drinking water. From this experience, I became trained in analytical chemistry, learned effective presentation skills, and improved by technical writing.
The most difficult part of this job was learning analytical chemistry techniques. The learning curve was steep. The part of the job I found most enjoyable was gathering data and presenting it so that my audience could easily understand it. My supportive lab group also made for a
Administrator/Manager (Current Employee) – Stony Brook, NY – April 8, 2017
Terrible / non-existing on-boarding process! Not sure if it's SOP when working for the state, this particular office, or the education field as a whole, but awful experience! This is a center for learning, but honestly... I've NEVER had a position where I was expected to anticipate, ask, and seek my own answers to questions at a new job! This is a newly created position where the priorities and expectations change with each passing day! Smh...
State pension/benefits if you make it that long
On-boarding process, bigoted working environment, elitist attitudes
Math Lab Tutor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 15, 2016
Ideal place for the student to help other students with math learning while making a little bit of money on the side. There is a very relaxed atmosphere and the time spent teaching reinforces the concepts for the tutor as well.