Project Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 10, 2016
The Professors and Instructors are great mentors who have lots of career knowledge that they gladly share with students. Real world projects and curriculum provide students with the confidence, courage, and skills necessary to advance in life
Healthy work environment and fun atmosphere to work with students
Student Assistant - Chemistry Tutor (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 29, 2016
In the beginning of every week, I made a study plan with the list of topics that I would go over on study sessions. In a study session, students were engaged in a fun, active learning settings in which students are encouraged to participate in the learning process by solving problems on the whiteboard or play games of answering different type of questions that might show up on the upcoming exam.
Co-workers and supervisor are supportive and ready to help me to become a better tutor and leader. Supervisor is always open to any suggestion and concern regarding the work schedule and environment.
The most fun experience of the job is the weekly meeting in which all tutors and supervisor gather for weekly evaluation while enjoying lunch together.
GED-Instructor/Counselor (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 27, 2016
TCC has a great atmosphere, I have enjoyed working for the organization and with my collegues. Their is alot of flexibility, and traning provided. The most difficult part of the job is not being able to go full time since the GED program is sponsored by several grants.
Welder/fabricator (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 24, 2016
My time in tarrant County college has taught me a lot about welding. They expanded my knowledge on welding. The hardest part there was learing something new and not getting it down the few times i did it.
Surgical Technologist Student (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – March 1, 2016
I attended 3 years of school at TCC, from basic courses to being accepted to the Surgical Technology program. Day began with lectures, quizzes, on hand training with surgical cases, practicals and exams. Experience ability to handle high stress situations, to own up to short comings and mistakes. Learned the value of integrity and importance of being honest, steadfast and always being one step ahead of the doctor.
graduating, making forever friends with other students
Administrative Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – February 22, 2016
Tarrant County College is as dedicated to helping its students as it is its employees.My supervisor was extremely accommodating, the work environment was open and friendly, and the compensation was competitive.
the place is one of the busiest places to be in. it is fun because you meet new people every day and assist customers. the customer are so polite and even you coworkers make sure everything is always under control.
adjunct instructor (Current Employee) – North Richland Hills, TX – December 8, 2015
I hired-on to teach a dual-credit course for high school students. The TCC recruiter promised to pay me $40 per contact hour. The class met from 9:17-10:06 am, five days per week. TCC paid me for less than an hour of work for three days per week and they paid me nothing for the additional two hours per week.This is considerably less than $40 per contact hour and it is likely a violation of labor law. I never agreed to work for free.