Faculty Intern (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – October 25, 2018
Faculty, staff and leadership are supportive of CCC initiatives; especially, equity! Lots of building and strategic planning execution and implementation is occurring at American River College's Main Campus..
Microbiology Instructional Aid (Former Employee) – Folsom, CA – July 19, 2018
I had a great experience working at Los Rios Community College District, Folsom Lake College as an Instructional Aid. I would highly recommend it. I learned a lot during my time there and honed my skills.
Student help (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 13, 2018
Its ok the people really do not include everyone and graveyard is unsafe and paid way less then they should be also they are not family oriented because I was taking my earned sick leave and they let me go because of it. they have not many back up and as graveyard no one to get to you fast enough if you were in danger.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Folsom, CA – January 24, 2018
I worked there in 2008-2009. Unfortunately, I did not make the interview pool for a permanent position of my role, as I couldn't type fast enough. I loved the staff and the culture. I felt some autonomy in my position as well as I was front facing and had to think on my feet sometimes, not hiding behind a phone and computer is nice! When I apply again- sometimes the recruiters reach out and tell me a posting has been canceled or whatever- you hear back. I would definitely work there again.
Assistant Professor of Anatomy & Physiology (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – December 28, 2017
I taught A&P a prerequisite for entry into competitive health care programs. Other than the competition for obtaining classes, it is a great place to work!. You do have to have a back-up plan in the event you do not get a course to teach for the term. I would also like to see them open more classes in this area. Each class I have taught has a 20 person waiting list. There is definitely a need for these classes. I do know community colleges, in general, have decreased enrollment in California. I think offering more in terms of waitlisted courses, would bring more students back into the community college system.
Benefits are awesome, people are awesome and supportive
Not always classes available to teach; mostly night classes available for adjuncts
Mathematics Tutor (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – November 18, 2017
Me and others were positioned where our skills were needed. This made days simple and stress-less. The difficult part of my job became IT restricting our access to computers. The most enjoyable portion of my job became the control I was given over how to teach math to those who need tutoring.
Assistant Professor (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA 95822 – September 9, 2017
LRCC is great place to work. The work is challenging, rewarding and fun. I would recommend LRCC to anyone who is interested in teaching at the community college level. I do not plan to leave/retire until I am no longer able to teach.