Admissions Counselor (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 22, 2018
The title says it all. The pay just isn't competitive, especially compared to similar institutions in the area. You start feeling like a volunteer that essentially loves the work you do, the people you interact with, and the populations you serve, but at the end of the day we all have bills to pay.
Business Operations Assistant - Team Lead (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – February 18, 2018
The facilities department is only one of various job opportunities. The facilities emplyment has many tasks, providing great customer service, front line to secutity, psychological assessment filing, administrative, collaborates with many departments including departments in our Los Angeles campus and event duties.
Paid sick leave, great manager, works around your schedule and networking opportunities.
Adjunct Professor - MFT program (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – December 7, 2017
Teaching a class gives instructors access to the latest information on various fields, provided the students are rigorous in their research efforts. The opportunity to stay on the cutting edge of one's profession and contributing to its continuance is rewarding.
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 12, 2017
I was given a lot of support so I could focus on teaching. The students are motivated. The staff was fun to work with and knowledgeable. They were also very flexible in scheduling my classes so they worked well for me and my students.
Trainee (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – August 9, 2017
A typical day at work consisted of seeing clients and writing progress notes and treatment plans. I learned the basics of counseling. The hardest part of the job was catching up to the rest of the curve and the most enjoyable was the support of my colleagues.
Graduate Assistant (Former Employee) – Remote – July 27, 2017
As a graduate assistant, I was to ensure that the shell of some classes offered by my Professor/Chair was appropriately done in APA format. I accomplished this within a week, and the Professor had to find me something else to do, stating that it was done too fast, and he had to catch up.
Associate Director of Business Operations (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 13, 2017
Pros - Advancement opportunities tailored to the individual. If you were one that wasn't afraid to roll up your sleeves, the opportunities come exponentially. - Fast paced environment, entrepreneurial mindset that allows one to continuously explore and invent/improve systems and processes. - Great benefits including min. 7% 403b contribution, summer/winter recess and educational/professional …
Cons If you're not looking for an accelerated career advancement, widespread career exposure and a place where you can constantly put your skills to the test, this may not be the place for you. I had a mentor that really put me through bootcamp, but as I reflect over the years, I am so thankful of how far and how fast I've grown.
Graduate Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 11, 2017
I helped coordinate various events on campus and enjoyed meeting new individuals across programs and departments. If attending TCS for a graduate program, I highly recommend signing up for graduate assistant opportunists.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 15, 2016
I worked here for several years before leaving after I could no longer stomach the inexperience and naivete of management, as well as how they target Latino and Black students with deceptive information. President offers no leadership, is indecisive and out-of-touch with reality...is basically a puppet of the TCS president. Most administration are there to collect paychecks in exchange for turning a blind eye to the severe problems that permeate this place. Lavish spending on travel, events and board meetings are a priority. Stay away. Having this place on your resume has no value.
lots of free food and left over flower arrangements