Brand Ambassador, President's Circle (Former Employee) – Waterbury, CT – April 9, 2018
There are lots of moving parts and great people moving them. Motivation starts with the individual, but there are allot of people willing to help. The students were of all ages and cultures which was a mayor plus as well.
Accounting Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Waterbury, CT – March 2, 2018
Class size was always manageable, course materials were clearly understood and focused to student needs. Given plenty of latitude to create lectures and course direction. Always liked to make a difference in moving students education forward. Hardest part of job was shifting objectives of changing management.
Organizational independence, job satisfaction
Changes in additional job requirements, must speak Spanish
Assistant (Current Employee) – Waterbury, CT – February 20, 2018
This job is excelent especially if you are in school being a full time student. I typically do simple tasks around the office but when my boss asks us to do a work load its usually a lot but not often. It is easy to knock out and not stressful at all.
IT Technician Educational Assistant (Current Employee) – Waterbury, CT – September 29, 2017
Love this school, love the staff, faculty and students. One of the best places I've ever worked! Everyone is so supportive and encouraging. There is a very positive atmosphere in this school. Everyone loves what they do and what they do is help students succeed. It's is a huge family and we all work together to make NVCC an amazing place to work and enroll as a student.
• Used the Reggio Emilia approach in the classrooms with young children. • Learned the basic knowledge of Early Childhood Education & the skills required to make objective observations of young children in the classroom setting while observing and recording children's behavior • Understand how a child's sensorimotor development influences a child's ability to learn
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Waterbury, CT – April 17, 2017
Help students with what they need, walk around the library make sure everything is how its suppose to be, read important information, use the computer, put books where hey belong, help students in the computers.
I learned to create posters, ads and data entry. I prepared Bulletin Boards throughout the campus. I helped translate to students for Life Learning information and other questions about classes and credits.
Math Tutor (Former Employee) – Danbury, CT – September 5, 2015
My experience at nauguatuck as a math tutor was amazing. I enjoyed working there. the only reason i left was because I transferred to University of Connecticut. otherwise I love teaching and student were very satisfied with my teaching.
Productive and you can learn how you can manage money.
work study (Current Employee) – Waterbury, CT – May 7, 2015
A typical day at work is to working with different companies payments. I learned how to make cover sheet, filing, make copies, make phone calls to their clients, sourcing mails and many other works. The office is a quiet one and my co-worker are respectful and responsible. The hardest part of this job is when you need to do new things as checking the different companies statements. The most enjoyable is that they make you feel comfortable working with them.
They understand when you cannot work because you need to study for any test.