Professor (Current Employee) – Germantown, MD – April 16, 2016
I teach a mix class of students; those who are crediting the class for a grade and seniors who audit the class to keep in shape. This class can be challenging at time in the way of Letting the seniors use the facility as a health club and teaching the students the curriculum of the book. I start the class with an active flexibility routine then lecture just a bit to give everyone proper guidance.
I get to give back and help those who are not able to afford personal training
Adjunct Spanish Teacher (Current Employee) – Montgomery, PA – February 7, 2019
Montco, like many other colleges, has turned into a "job-training"' facility, leaving out the equation the more broader educational goals that most higher ed institutions should have as goals. The elimination of foreign languages from the core curriculum is just a small example of this trend. As a foreign language teacher, this was a devastating blow.
Lead Developer (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – August 27, 2018
For my case, I was only a part-time and did as much work as I could in the allotted time. The buildings were clean, as was the rest of the campus. The HR staffing was very helpful with paperwork and support with clearances.
WD &CE Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – August 8, 2018
Under-qualified and unqualified managers compromised the integrity and quality of course offerings for students within the Continuing Education and Workforce Development department. Former WD&CE Dean preferred to higher personal friends to fill vacant management positions rather than qualified candidates.
Freelance Writer (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – April 4, 2018
I was hired to research and write a number of specialized pieces for the web, media and alumni magazine. Had a lot of fun doing the research and received great feedback from the manager at the time. Great pieces to add to my portfolio!
Document Imaging Clerk (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA 19422 – March 21, 2018
I was a temporary seasonal employee that performed similar tasks as work study employees. We were able to complete non job specific tasks for staff or leave when the varied amount of work was completed. Any questions I had, problems that arose or improvements I thought could be made to their processes were welcomed, discussed and implemented when management approved.
International Student Services Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – March 13, 2018
I have experience working with children in school and individual setting as well. I enjoyed my job seeing children growing and developing everyday. I am willing to work with children including autism or intellectual disabilities
Night time receptionist (Former Employee) – Pottstown, PA – October 12, 2017
It was a nice place to work with great people. The pay was not that great but was a very competitive hard job. Working at night came me more time to get my work done because there was less people traveling in.
Director, e-Learning (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – July 6, 2017
MCCC is dedicated to continually adapting to the needs of the community, workforce demands, and quality of education. They are dedicated to providing high quality support to students and qualified faculty to engage with students in the classroom.
Part Time Employee (Current Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – June 11, 2017
Seems to be a nice place to work. There doesn't seem to be a lot of benefits for part-time employees, or adjunct professors. The full-time staff get paid tuition to further their education, while part-timers don't. I would think they would want all employees to be at a higher level of learning whether part-time or full-time.
Education Coordinator/Instructor (Former Employee) – Pennsylvania – June 9, 2017
Working here was a great opportunity but I can in on a part-time level and its really hard to get a full time job. They seem to all have been there forever and no one is going anywhere. With that being said,its really quiet political to get a full-time position.