New Mexico Highlands University Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at New Mexico Highlands University?

4.1Work/Life Balance
3.5Job Security/Advancement
A hard-working staff dedicated to its students.
Written by Assistant Professor of Teacher Education (Former Employee) from Las Vegas, NM on November 12, 2018
Although only required to teach twelve hours per week, volunteer activities at the college and in the two nearby school districts kept me busy for forty hours and more. I love teaching and admire and respect all educators and could not pass up the opportunity not only to teach education but to work with student teachers, in-service educators (through - more... mentoring and in-service training sessions) and the creation of a STEM after-school program at a middle school.

The hardest part of any teaching job is not dealing with students, but with colleagues and supervisors. There were some diffic ... - less
ProsWonderful students, great setting
ConsTechnology for extensive distance learning program needs to be updated.
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