I love teaching students and helping them understand the world of health.
Adjunct instructor (Current Employee) – Fort Pierce, FL – February 17, 2018
I am fortunate enough to have a part time job that fits in at night. I love teaching and most of the time the students are eager to learn. The staff takes the extra effort to make sure the student is prepared and confident to face the working world in healthcare.
Medical Unit RN, Adjunct Instructor (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL 35801 – January 31, 2018
Some courses were set up well. However, some course had never been taught. Tests did not coincide with the materials the instructor's were given. Theses courses were hard to teach because of the lack of flow and did not make sense in the classroom setting!
Student Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – January 26, 2018
Work environment and pay was great for the work done. Only issue that I had was getting hired and shortly eliminating my position which left me without employment. Many other positions were cut shortly after mine.
My last job was teaching Culinary Arts at Virginia College, where I received Instructor of the Year 2016. It was an amazing opportunity and decided to leave on excellent terms to help Dad. I have since relocated to Saint Augustine to help my father and his estate. I enjoyed teaching, mentoring, producing formats, cross training to all instructors, ordering of all food and paper for the department and much more!
Too many to list, see above.
A few challenging students, but I was able to convince most to pursue a future.
Instructor (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – January 16, 2018
The working environment at Virginia College is hostile toward the instructors. There is also a lack of support for full and part-time employees. For example, I was escorted out of the building by a student for inappropriate comments that were made on Facebook. I was never allowed to see, nor dispute, the comments.
Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – January 7, 2018
(Adjunct Professor) as a computer science instructor my duties consist of teaching students how to use the latest technology latest in Cisco routing and switching, A plus, Cyber defense, security technology online and ground courses, including preparing lesson plans according to the syllabus. Other duties include tracking attendance, grades, using classroom management skills and implementing all school policies and procedures.
Pharmacy Technician Instructor (Current Employee) – Fort Pierce, FL – January 4, 2018
Great environment to get experience and help students pursue their careers. The Company offers flexible hours so students are not locked down in class 5 days a week and offers the opportunity to graduate within a short period of time.
Instructor (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – January 3, 2018
Forced time off without pay at the holidays for two years in a row, combined with no advancement opportunities, no raise (even a cost of living raise) in 3 years, and constant "do more with less" attitude makes this job a chore. Management gets/takes credit for lower level individuals' hard work without ever recognizing who accomplished the goal.
Registrar (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – January 3, 2018
I was not impressed with the experience at Virginia College. I was promoted, relocated, and rifted in less than a 60 day span. The day was humiliating. I was treated as if I had committed a crime, escorted about by security and not allowed to collect my personal items. There was no compassion from upper management.