Excellent teamwork magnificent performance on everything they do
Child Care Worker (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 31, 2019
Working for this company has been wonderful for me because I'm use to working in a warehouse environment that is very loud and working at a daycare with little kids it's a very calm and peaceful place and it's teaches you a lot of self-control and patience
Seasonal (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 9, 2018
An accelerated theater and creative writing course for high school honor’s students in summer enrichment programming. As the lead theater and creative writing instructor I created the lesson plans and curriculum for activities, memorizational drills and a live stage play performance effectively carried out by the students at the end of the course.
Helped the Director (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 20, 2018
Being apart of the work study program at Atlanta Metropolitan State College. This program gave me the chance and opportunity to work with 100 Black Men of Atlanta . I met some great people working for this company.
Administrative Assistant/Academic Advisor (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 7, 2018
I received my degree from AMSC as well as I was employed by them. The best part of my job was helping students to gain confidence and achieve their academic goals. I was never trained to do what I did, but me being who I am I asked lots of questions. It was always about the students. To help them transition from either teenagers out of high school to veterans trying to further their educations after serving our country to non traditional students returning to school after taking years off to raise their family. AMSC is a good starter school for non traditional students because they do want to see you win but the level of intensity of work from AMSC to GSU or CSU is a extreme difference. I would suggest students who are coming out of high school to attend a university.
Librarian (Work Study) (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 29, 2018
It has been a long time since I've been employed in Atlanta Metropolitan, but for my experience on the job there was decent. It wasn't anything exciting nor boring, it was fine for what I had and could do for in service. However, I do not remember being offered any insurance, etc. during my temporary employment, for it was just a summer job required by Upward Bound.
Supervisor, Assistance, A decent enviroment
It does get a bit too quiet, tired and boring sometimes
Case Investigator Specialist -Title IX (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 12, 2016
I was very impressed with the the entire faculty and staff that I encountered. All were welcoming and made me very comfortable. There was a face-to-face Panel Interview where tougher, more job specific questions are asked. My Response: The questions will not present a problem if you have truly worked in the field. The next interview was with my, now, manager. He was so positive. He explained his vision of the position. My final interview was with the President. He was awesome. He provided the more strategic need for the position.
By the time my campus visit was over, I had a great working knowledge of what would be expected of me, if selected.
Student Worker (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 18, 2015
Working at the college gave time the opportunity to be at service to faculty, staff ans students. Co-workers were very helpful and the hardest part was dealing with unprepared student. most was enjoyable for the most part.
Statistics and Mathematics Instructor (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 19, 2014
Each day I lecture to classes of approximately 25 students. I enter student data into Desire to Learn per federal regulations. All exams and assignments are designed by me. My classes are contain an e-learning component through Pearson's MyMathLab. I teach the students apply Statistics Concepts and work with data sets using Excel.
The faculty is friendly and my students are eager to learn
Skilled Utility Tradesman (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 31, 2012
I start out by checking my assigned buildings for any problems followed by random service calls. Haven't really learned much that i didn't already know. Management could be better with communication. Most co-workers are pleasant to work with and around. The hardest part is coping with the unorganization and lack of communication. The best part is leaving for the day.