A place to be an easy teacher.
Pros: nice technology, some interesting people, many cultures
Cons: lack of profesionalism, particularly in the administration, the director is a person with a doctorate in agriculture.
I worked at INTO USF and it is language institute where pulling strings is the best way to get somewhere. Being a good teacher and asking students to do their work is the way to get in trouble. You have to please students since they are the ones who run the place. There are many students from Arab countries and they are not interested in learning but rather having some time away from their countries. Students in the undergraduate programs are the worst.
The institute is ALWAYS changing and it is hard to work under so many things happening at the same time.