Instructor/Faculty - Applied Service Management (Former Employee) – Laramie, WY – July 24, 2016
As a new sub-company of ECMC, Zenith was formed to manage the schools acquired from Corinthian Colleges Inc. After 18 months, Zenith continues to re-organize the schools and reduce their staff in an effort to make them self-sustaining and even profitable. No one's job is secure! Employees haven't had wage increases in many years, not even for cost of living. The 122 schools acquired from CCI have now been reduces to just 27. The culture and atmosphere at the WyoTech school in Laramie continues to be wonderful, caring, pleasant, and fulfilling. The people there are the best! And they continue to work their hardest for the students. The management at this school is extremely supportive and humble.
Student Information Specialist (Current Employee) – Thornton, CO – September 27, 2015
I make multiple calls to prospective students. I enjoy helping them get started in furthering their educations. Learning what motivates them to go back to school to reach their career goals. Horrible management with poor communication to employees company is laying off all contact center staff and closing multiple Everest schools down leaving students with student loan debt and no school to finish out their education plan.
Admissions Representative (Former Employee) – Bremerton, WA – September 22, 2015
I worked at Zenith for six years which was previously Corinthian College, Inc. until Feb 2015. I loved the students and the people I worked with but in the last two years we went through four layoffs which I made it through all but the last one this past September.
Student Information Specialist (Current Employee) – Thornton, CO – September 9, 2015
Calling and talking with students about their educational goals. I have learned so much about the education system. Management is awesome, very helpful and understanding open door policy. The co workers are friendly and we get together for potluck days. The hardest part of the job is when we have technical difficulties. I enjoy making sure I have the correct information so the student will have a good experience in getting information about the program they are interested in.
I would start my day off daily making sure the building was cleaned daily with the requirements which was expected of me.The management and staff were very nice and cooperative when needed assistant my hardest task would have been handling assignment by self which required more than one person but over all I really enjoyed the job but had to move on to a better career and more increase
Leadership is not responsive to Representative's needs
Military Admissions Representative (Current Employee) – Ormond Beach, FL – September 4, 2015
WyoTech was a great place to work at one time. But that was 4 years ago. Since then, it has been a tumultuous experience rife with lay-offs, RIFs, instability and uncertainty. Leadership above the Regional Directors is ineffective and provides a knee-jerk reaction to challenges.
Professional workplace with an occasional dance off
Student Loan Specialist (Former Employee) – Santa Ana, CA – August 3, 2015
Professional workplace with a fun atmosphere. Non profit organization which proves students are always the priority. As much of an individual job it is, you also get to be part of a team and grow as one.
Director of Education (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 30, 2015
-Review all commutations and respond -Address any student/ staff issues -Morning rounds to al the class rooms -Review attendance and attrition -Daily stand up meeting with all directors -Review budget and spending Review -Review compliance with all policies and regulations -Meet with other campus managers for other department to review -daily status of their department outcomes and concerns -Review department and campus calendar and revise if needed. -I enjoy working with the students and seeing them succeed The hardest part of the job is you have to inform a student they are being with drawn from school because of academic failure. I want to see every student succeed
Great learning experience and organized environment.
Student Information Specialist (Former Employee) – Santa Ana, CA – July 24, 2015
Supportive Management team when showing interest in learning more about higher positions. Great opportunity in learning to better manage priority projects and staying focused. Experienced ways to personally grow and develop in a professional environment.