Productive place of learning to use essential learned skills for employers
Student (Former Employee) – Baltimore City – August 12, 2018
BCCC is a great College for students to gain the expertise of essential skills useful in employment. There are academic activities and groups to participate in and get involved in society endeavors. Learning of new skills for job placement are great.
Stay away from this place (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 31, 2018
The dental hygiene faculty at this school does not care about their student learning. They only care about their pay check . Few of the teachers are nice. But for the most part the rest of the instructor are very ghetto.
I typical day was frustrating. I worked with students who did bnot want to do their work.I learnt that God help those who help themselves. The management was poor because the staff did not keep track of the students. We workplace was tense because my students did not want to think. The hardest part was trying to explain a problem who had low self esteem. The enjoyable part was seeing the performance of the students who wanted to learn.
Being able to impart knowledge to willing students
Rewarding to help under served communities in need of career skills and employment opportunities.
Contractual Program Manager (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 15, 2018
Initiative to support students, coordinate and initiate courses, recruit students and promote the training programs. Provided employment opportunities to students. Act as liaison between the colleges’ training programs, outreach centers staff and hiring managers.
Administrative Assistant III (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD 21215 – May 17, 2018
Baltimore City Community College is an Institutional of Higher Learning that allowed me to increase my learning and enhance my skill capacity. In addition, rendering customer service to a diverse population was a privilege, as well as, encouraging students and co-workers to push for success irrespective and in spite of minor hindrances.
Director (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – April 24, 2018
Racist, corrupt, no one cares about the students, favoritism, cruel bosses because they can. Nothing good to say about this cesspool. I have never come close to working at a place this horrible. If someone did an audit of the financial aid office, the director and many staffers would be going to jail and everyone knows it!
It is very evident the students feel the school's support
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 7, 2018
Most new leaders are very supportive of their peers, students, upper management. Hiring biases need to be addressed of the long-timers wo are complacent in their laid-back work ethics. People are not hired because of their excellent backgrounds but who they know and cultural connections. Unfortunately, the wrong people are in the decision-making positions, don't have the skills to interview, and stumble through reading the performance-based questions.
Top leadership is not aware of the problems or are the problem
The day went by fast and the work was steady each day the most unmanaged thing about the time was that I had to meet and greet new faces day in and day out however I had the experience of another work offer and daily class that had been given to be a receipt of the policy and known activities of the program policy thing ran a bit well and we made it through no arguments.
CADD TUTOR (Current Employee) – Baltimore City – February 25, 2018
A typical day at work would involve creating spread sheets in excel. Sending and responding to emails and communicating with my supervisor and STEM students. The other job was assisting students in the CAD Lab
Public Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – February 14, 2018
No room for growth or advancement, Alot of chiefs, too little indians! Very cutthroat, backstabbing, underhanded things that go on in the department. They want you to break your back for very little pay.
Management Information Specialist (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – January 29, 2018
The most enjoyable part of the job is when I'm typing because I'm usually alone. I've learned that management only advance people they like. It does not matter if you have a higher education than the person they want for the job. The hardest part of my job is getting your point across in meetings even though you're part of the leadership team.
Fun Position, Making a difference in the lives of students and the overall community
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – January 27, 2018
Thus far, I love my position at BCCC. I teach Pre100, one night per week. I love the students, and teaching this class gives me great pride. Sometimes communication is a little off, but it’s nothing too major.
Flexible Schedule, Making a difference, Supportive Program, Helpful Colleagues, Paid on time
Wish I could teach more classes, hours per semester, told about training and contracts at the last minute, training isn’t really specific