Writing and Research Specialist (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – March 10, 2018
I worked at the Cambridge College satellite campus in California. The Director I worked for was an amazing woman that had tremendous vision with an ability to attract intelligent and creative people. Together we enjoyed the collaborative, creative and supportive environment that she cultivated. The students loved the Director, faculty and staff. We were doing some truly innovative and inspiring work helping disadvantaged students get their Masters degrees so they could improve their place in life and help others. But, the management at the main office in Boston was unrealistic in their expectations and provided her with very little support both professionally and financially. Eventually, they put so much stress on her that she had to leave and then they hired a Director that didn't care about the students or faculty. All the best faculty eventually left out of sheer disappointment and lack of being valued and respected. I don't know how the main campus in Boston is run but, based on my contact with people there, I don't think it was anything like what I experienced. I just think that the people that were overseeing the California campus didn't know what they were doing.
Professor (Current Employee) – San Juan, PR – January 28, 2018
The same as Universidad Metropolitana. Both of them are working at a good workplace culture and have a similar management actions. I learned every day because is necessary to study the themes before to teach.