Pros: Interface with people from different professional backgrounds.
Cons: Breaks between class teaching opportunities.
Having facilitated for the University of Phoenix for almost eleven years, on a part-time evening basis, has proven career progression beneficial. Teaching one night a week, for 5 weeks, teaching on average of 6 classes per year. The classes have included business, human resources, organizational management, and other leadership related subjects. Continuous professional exposure to these topics have provided additional management experience, practical knowledge and application in today's business environment. Working with professors, business owners, and other professionals has provided a great network of colleagues. This opportunity has not been difficult, other than requiring strong time management skills. Use of technology, a Franklin Planner, and attention to detail has been most useful. The greatest aspect of facilitating with the University, is seeing the students graduate and expand their careers and meet their personal goals.