I was hired by my previous boss into a great environment. Once the management changed, the entire workplace suffered greatly. Otherwise, I would recommend with the proper management as LCCC really does care about helping every student they can as much as possible.
Academic Tutor and PASS Leader (Current Employee) – Cheyenne, WY – June 27, 2018
After attending LCCC for one semester I wasn’t planning on working there. However when I went to the job fair on campus and was hired within a few days, I soon found it to be the perfect fit for me. I work in the learning commons and around campus assisting students to help them be as successful as they can be in their challenging courses. My manager is by far the best and most caring boss I have had the opportunity to work with. She has seen my potential and passions for my work and has given me more opportunities then I could have anticipated. I was able to quickly move up in my position to a supervisor for a brand new program where I have been trusted to create trainings for new hires and carry out those trainings. I love my work environment, my co-workers are kind and passionate people who have a genuine heart for helping others. While it can be a mentally exhausting job it is by far the best one I’ve had the pleasure of having. The management is always willing to work with all the ever crazy and changing college student schedule for whatever hours you are able to commit to. I don’t plan on leaving until I graduate.
Kind and erergetic work environment, excellent and caring management, very flexible hours with class schedules, opportunity to use your skills and harness your abilities
A tutor would be assigned certain hours and tutoring was both by appointment and drop-in. A day at work could see tutoring several students at once or it could see not once having to help any students for a full shift.
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Cheyenne, WY – June 15, 2017
For the best understanding, google "Laramie County Community College News"
Depending on where you work on campus, it can be wonderful. But if you're in the wrong areas, it can be problematic. Decisions are often political and rarely based on a need to improve the community. One VP went so far as publicly stating that the school was "not student centered, but process centered."
COMMUNITY ADVISOR/ OFFICE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Cheyenne, WY – April 17, 2017
If you are outgoing and professional it's a great place to work. This is a student position so time management is a necessity. There is no real management to be honest. It's laid back and can be fun. It's fairly simple work, answer the phone in a timely manner, be sure to answer resident questions, and keep a good attitude