Full time student (Current Employee), Fort Worth, TX – September 12, 2014
Pros: meet great people
Cons: have to pass classes
I enjoy learning and I have met some great professors who really helped me learning various principles. I hope to do good and finish my degree in the next 2 years. I realized that I really enjoy learning.
Peer Leader (Former Employee), Arlington, Texas – June 17, 2014
Pros: flexible with school schedule, participation in events, opportunity of overtime, and occasional free meals
Cons: reapplying every school semester, only a 30 minute difference between full time and part time
Job variety and fast pace; ranging from event set up and clean up to inventory and stock with opportunity to learn or improve in leadership skills as well as develop skills in your career interest. Leadership retreats. It's a family-like work environment but still professional with customer service as a primary objective. Great for college students – more... because your work schedule is built around your class schedule. The hardest part is working events that are out doors in the summer. – less
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Fort Worth, TX – April 17, 2014
Pros: benefits, time-off
Emails/Phone calls Tutortrac Software support requisitioning payments for vendors for services room reservations for meeting travel arrangements scheduling caterers for various events/meetings etc... I have learned to manage my time to work efficiently My co-workers and I have a great working relationship I really can't identify the most difficult part – more... of my job I enjoy the people – less
Adjunct Instructor (Current Employee), Fort Worth, Texas – February 12, 2014
A typical day at work would be enjoying what you love to do. I would like to learn everything within the job. I would like to learn more of management. The most enjoyable part of the job is to learn new things.
Working on campus where I was currently a student was really fantastic. Because you are a student scheduling is very flexible. My managers were all very wonderful to work for. I felt like I grew a lot working at TCC and left with many useful business skills for my resume.
As a student worker, don't expect many perks. You're only allowed 19.5 hours, – more... you'll make minimum wage, and obviously you don't get any breaks. You'll need to be re-hired on a semesterly basis so there's not much job security. – less
Records Imaging Specialist (Current Employee), Fort Worth, TX – December 25, 2013
Pros: i'm never bored
Cons: i would like to have a more defined position
This job requires a great deal of flexibility. One day I will work entirely on operations duties centered around registration; for instance processing student data changes by updating Laserfiche metadata to match Colleague. Another day I will develop training for some aspect of Laserfiche, which I will then deliver in the future. Another day I may attend – more... meetings to learn business procedures used in another department then return to the office and document what I have learned. The documentation will be used by workflow developers to create Laserfiche automatic document handling processes. There has been an abundance of training including Laserfiche, state Records Management courses, a week of Project Management training at TCU, and state required training. I also elected to take a Leadership course offered by the college. – less