Student Activities Department (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – October 19, 2016
Gave lots of time for school work as well as giving you a better college experience! Usually student workers have to have some sort of financial aid approved to work as a student worker. This does come with a limited amount of hours you can work so pay close attention to what amount is assigned to you.
Get paid while being able to catch up on assignments
Part-time Administrative Assistant Duties (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – July 29, 2016
It stands to reason that I have been here for over three years. I can say that this institution thrives on consistency and structure. These two things have been invaluable to me professionally and personally. The training regarding the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) has be in depth and interesting to learn and operate within.
Trades Technician (Current Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – July 16, 2016
Excellent in teaching people to acquire and learn new skills and advance careers and opportunities. From the Electrical knowledge I gained to Carpentry, HVAC, and just on life lessons in general it is a place of learning.
Recreation Specialist (Current Employee) – Portsmouth, VA – June 30, 2016
Great place to work for. The staff work extremely well together. Amazing place to work for the staff is wonderful.jbkllsjzdljaslfmvljsflij mclfjvsl dfjl bjsdl vflajmvljdflgijbapfkjipomsajvfpimjpavokjapmjvfjvfijafvjoaijfsoaijsfnovijmoifdsml
Professor of Business (Current Employee) – Virginia – April 11, 2016
Overall, this company is a great institution to work for. The people are fun, loving, and caring. There is plenty of opportunity to grow. Working with students is a plus. If you are adjunct, there may be some semesters you will have an abundance of classes and others you will not. You are allowed to work 4 classes a semester.
Local Funds Office Specialist (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – April 6, 2016
Higher education is on a different scale when it comes to the accounting side. Accounting is pretty much the same but at Tidewater Community College it is a challenge. Local funds is responsible for providing funds to faculty and students for school trips. As well as keeping petty cash in tact and current. Working in this department I thought myself the position and also how to manage a $3,000,000 account.
Assistant (Former Employee) – Virginia – February 9, 2016
I worked for the school as a work study for Dr. James O'Brien while I attended the college for my Associate degree in accounting. A typical day generally involved me going into the office and typing Dr. O'Brien's correspondence and researching any subject he needed to know more about. I also went to get his mail and took packages to other offices on campus. He was the most helpful supervisor and a very nice person to work for. I found it to be very rewarding.
Dr. O'Brien always invited his office staff to holiday dinners reserved mainly for faculty.
Education Support Specialist I (Current Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – February 5, 2016
As a tutor in the Learning Resource Center it is a great pleasure to help students that are struggling to grasp the concepts of their assigned subjects. This is not only beneficial to the student but myself as it keeps the concepts fresh in my mind so that I can be better prepared to assist the next student. I am grateful for the opportunity to be able to assist students in the learning process.
student assistant (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – January 4, 2016
Tidewater Community College was a good stepping stone for me and i had great experiences there also. I really think that the professors there which are some are good at their teaching methods. I feel if you get the right professor you will learn better. Always get the right professor that suites you.
Lunch there is great they have the best thai food place there in that area.