Esthetician Student (Former Employee) – Glendora, CA – September 7, 2018
everyday a new experience, staff very cooperative and caring for our clientele. Our number 1 priority was to offer great service and experience. As an esthetician our goal is to learn the best and treat our clients with respect for them to trust our work with their skin.
Student Worker (Former Employee) – Glendora, CA – August 24, 2018
I enjoyed the environment and workplace at Hayden Memorial Library! The librarians and staff were super friendly and very helpful. I felt that I had a genuine connection with each co-worker. It's perfect for a first time job as well, because the staff was understanding and patient with each student worker. It was easy and interactive with students. It's a nice relaxing job that helped me stay motivated seeing other students studying. I got to learn how to work with the computer system and grew value for the care of books. Of course we can't hold long conversations in the library and on the job, so that was hard for me. I love interaction in business, so the Library wasn't my taste in labor. I am one to conversate, so I got a position as a barista .
healthy work environment
can't study during shift, long hours of re-shelving books, can't talk
Human Resources Specialist (Former Employee) – Glendora, CA – July 6, 2018
As a Citrus college Alumni I have now started my journey as a well rounded student of this wonderful city. Glendora is full of many real estate opportunities and has beautiful landscaping. I wish to acquire more job skills through the campus job data base. I am interested in the clerical assistant position in the Human Resource Department.
Assistant Baseball Coach (Former Employee) – Glendora, CA – July 6, 2018
Truly enjoyed my coaching experience at Citrus. The young men I coached were very receptive and respectful. I would always arrive early and give extra work to those who asked or where there early as well.
I learned that all young men need to be approached in a manner of respect to receive respect in return.
I guess the hardest part of the job was dealing with the obstacles of recruiting.
Golf Range Staff (Former Employee) – Glendora, CA – June 3, 2018
There is a lot of down time that comes with working at the golf range. With that down time there are plenty of things that can be done to upkeep the shop and also plenty of time to do absolutely nothing. It is your own work ethic that will decide how busy you are while you are there.
Lots of children books costumes Play projects for children to learn hands on
Teacher (Former Employee) – Glendora, CA – May 19, 2018
Comprehensive supportive for aspiring teachers , Mentoring by senior teachers, Meetings with parents and discussions about the child and the progress of their education and how parents can help to make the child more involved in studies and helping the child to read stories help do home work or assignments
Tutor students (Current Employee) – Glendora, CA – January 23, 2018
Most days it's answering random questions for students, so you have to be comfortable with changing from different subjects. most students are really nice and understand that you have to help other students as well.
A great school now on the descent with executive mismanagement
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – Glendora, CA – January 21, 2018
Folks in academia rarely have real world occupation experience and so we often have to re-invent the wheel.
Unfortunately, because of executive management decisions at the President and Board level, seven deans and two vice-presidents have left in the last two years. These are outstanding individuals who worked well together and made Citrus College into one of the best two-year colleges in the nation.
Executive decisions have been short-sighted and have caused the school to lose a "brain trust" that is simply irreplaceable.
I control my curricula and have won plaudits for my work.
Extremely low compensation and the college is headed in the wrong direction.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Glendora, CA – January 1, 2018
I enjoyed my time there but the manager was rude at times and it became difficult to work there while being a full time student. I had to give up the job because my grades were falling and I couldn't risk failing the class. I enjoyed helping the students and getting them what they needed but if they were able to work with my schedule and have a understandable manager I would have enjoyed more.
Theater Set Painter (Former Employee) – Glendora, CA – December 30, 2017
In the set design crew, each day had a task and an objective. Worked under a great manager. Fast pace working environment Hardest part was knowing how to exactly achieve your goal of the day if not specified and making sure that the objective was reached by the end of the day. But the best part of working was the ability to use the tools available to reach your objective. Learning how to use the tools and materials was an added plus.
Learning Center Facilitator (Current Employee) – Glendora, CA – December 30, 2017
Academic setting and environment. Students and staff work together to promote independent learning. Great place to create lasting friends and academic connections to advance one's goals. A little more stressful or challenging during midterms and finals. Fun and positive.
ESL Teacher (Current Employee) – Glendora, CA – December 6, 2017
I enjoy working at FLS International because it concentrates on the students rather than focusing solely on the needs of the company. I have worked here for four years, loving every moment of it. I really never had a difficult class.