Florida Technical College
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About the company

  • Founded
    1982
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Orlando, FL
  • Link
    Florida Technical College website
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Kissimmee, FL

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Rating overview

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Reviews

Admissions Representative in Lakeland, FL
on September 9, 2022
This is a job where you come to work to leave. The work environment is to meet goals and then when you meet them they tell you to do more. They expect more than your job requires and they haven't adjusted the pay like other companies recently have to help with inflation. They make you feel like you should be grateful to work for them and it makes work miserable at times. They only focus on the negative here and only reward their favorites.
Adjunct Professor in Pembroke Pines, FL
on November 14, 2022
The Dean Is amazing person and so Is everyone else that works there. Everyone is willing help you to become a successful individual as long as you take the push of becoming great they will guide you as well.
Adjunct Medical Assistant Instructor in Pembroke Pines, FL
on October 5, 2022
This is poorly managed especially Pembroke Pines - there is no clear instructions on any thing- they literally throw things at you daily that are due same day - staffing is minimal and they allow students to cheat just to pass
Financial Aid Coordinator in DeLand, FL
on August 30, 2022
You will be expected to work 12 hour days. They will tell you only 2 late nights a week but it is more like 4. Your schedule changes every week. If you say I can't work late on Tuesdays they will schedule you 11-8 on Tues then tell you that you are welcome to quit. There is absolutely no work/life balance. You will work more Saturdays than you don't.
Registrar in Kissimmee, FL
on August 19, 2022
To many issues and disorganization with staff and also students. Not enough man power to provide better service. Management won’t address those issues to be solve

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a week

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Weak points, good points...ask about raises, NONE WERE GIVEN IN 2 YEARS I WAS THERE. NO RESPECT FROM ADMINISTRATION

Shared on February 5, 2020

They asked me about why I wanted to come to FTC and what I knew of our Programs we offered.

Shared on May 16, 2019

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