Thomas Nelson Community College for the most part has good professors and a wide range of class courses.
Business Administration (Former Employee) – Hampton, VA – February 17, 2018
TNCC is a good starting point for a wide range of career options. TNCC has a good student/professor ratio, has financial aid available if qualified, and has many student relations clubs wherein a student can become involved in campus activities
Didactic and Clinical Instructor (Former Employee) – Williamsburg, VA 23185 – December 4, 2017
Great opportunity in teaching at a junior college. Instruction on Dental hygiene. Learned a lot, and understanding different learning styles. The workplace is very diverse. Hardest part seeing some students struggle in certain things. Most enjoyable part was seeing the inaugural class graduate in 2012 as they had 100% pass rate in both clinical state board examination and National Board written examination.
Work Study Office Assistant - Human Resources (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – October 18, 2017
Your experience working at Thomas Nelson depends on the department in which you work. I had the opportunity of working in the HR department and it was amazing. I worked 29 hours in the summer and 20 during the semester. My coworkers and supervisor were supportive.
Administrative, Clerical and Customer Service (Former Employee) – Hampton, VA – October 6, 2017
I enjoyed my employment with Thomas Nelson and if I were to live there again, I would love to be hired again. I love the management team and other staff affiliated with the Workforce Development Department.
Media Specialist 2 /Audio Visual Tech (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – September 25, 2017
I'm one year deep in the culture of Thomas Nelson but it is a great place to work. TNCC A great place to Learn ....A Great Place to work. I love working in the audio visual department keeping up with the latest trends in technology.
Office Services Assistant (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – June 21, 2017
A typical work day consisted of helping the Advisors with student enrollment and any typical office procedures that needed attention. Working with the Advising office is an ever learning experience. You learn more information about the College's procedures and its resources for every student.
They work really well with accommodating their student workers hours around their classes.
Adjunct Instructor (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – May 4, 2017
My favorite part about working for the CHSS Division at TNCC is the amount of care the faculty and administration has for adjunct instructors. Working at a community college can be taxing in that you have such a large variety of learners ranging in age, ability, and native tongues. While this has been a challenge for sure, I've found it to also be a blessing in that it has encouraged me to become a better teacher in all aspects from formal lecturing down to how I design my assignment documents.
Director of Corporate Training (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – March 12, 2017
The hardest part of the job is that many people seek out working in education after they have retired from other careers. In my experience this employee is less apt to take risks and moves at a slower, more cautious pace. I think that the education industry is at a pivotal time where programs must be created swiftly due to the changing need for different skill sets in the 21st century. I know of a VP that worked in a marketing career 30 years ago and thinks that marketing starts with running an ad in the daily newspaper. Marketing requires a multi-touch approach. Most of the administrative faculty ranked professionals are very smart people that have advanced and PhD degrees. They have vision and lots of good ideas. However, they give the impression that they are better than others because of their advanced standing and they lack skills in managing and motivating others.