Child Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Austin – September 7, 2018
Work Study employee at the ACC Children’s Lab School and I love it! Great working environment. Friendly coworkers. They work hard to make sure you are prepared with the required training to effectively do your job. All the training is free and I have learned so much in my first two weeks of employment.
Works around my school schedule
Lots of training hours needed to complete in the beginning.
Tutor Specialist for Programming (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – August 25, 2018
Got Java, C++, Oracle certificates, and Computer Programming AAS degree and Tutored many students with programming language. Great place to start your career switch to IT. Great Faculty composition. Content based education
Nominal price to pay for a well balanced and career oriented programming education
I thoroughly enjoyed working with the great administrators and teachers of ACC. Teaching the wide variety of students also amplified my enjoyment.
Math Teacher (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – August 9, 2018
I taught math to a wide variety of students. In one class, the student age ranged from 20-70+. In the same class, the students were born in at least 5 different countries and varied in math abilities. Fun and interestingly tough to teach all
Instructor (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – August 3, 2018
ACC is wonderfully and woefully massive with 12 campuses throughout Travis and surrounding counties. The size alone contributes to misinformation. Each department works independently of others. "Need to Know"the only basis.
I worked part time for ACC as a tutor. This program is a peer lead study sessions to help students in the mastery of the subject. My area was in Intro to Anatomy and Physiology. Knowing that I was helping students get through a tough course with A's was an amazing feeling.
anonymous (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – May 21, 2018
Watch your back as there are several people who will "tell" on you for the smallest things, which of course, does not apply to them, just you, and the reason may be that they're jealous or feel that you rubbed them the wrong way. Basically, favoritism.
Inconsistency in management and rules for employees
Adjunct Faculty 3d Animation & Multimedia (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – May 11, 2018
Great place to teach! I wish it paid better because I wouldn't have left into the Corporate World. Night classes were perfect until I got bumped out. I think I will try again to teach there soon. It was very rewarding.
Curriculum is maintained from semester to semester
Professor (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 30, 2018
I would have open office hours on campus, but students would also be able to contact me by emails. I would teach one or two classes lecturing, open up discussions on that day materials. My favorite part of class was a topic question at the beginning of every class "What has happen in the news since we last meet. We would discussion news and current events.