Sonoran Desert Institute
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Sonoran Desert Institute Careers and Employment

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  • CEO
    Traci Lee
  • Founded
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Industry
    Colleges & Universities
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Faculty in Phoenix, AZ
on July 28, 2021
Reasonable class sizes, generally prompt support from management, and an extremely flexible and consistent work schedule so far. Compensation is reasonable for the time most weekly work can be completed in.
Admissions Representative in Somewhere
on June 5, 2021
If you like to work from home, the flexibility is great! We have weekly zoom meetings. It is a very repetitive job. You will get many leads and will make a lot of phone calls.
Instructor in Remote
on January 22, 2021
You have a great deal of flexibility in how you approach and engage the classroom. You can log in at any time and get to learn something new all the time.
Admissions Representative in Remote
on January 6, 2021
SDI is an amazing company. The culture is very open and everyone really feels like a family. Co workers are great and provide assistance and guidance. The leadership listens and implement changes collectively and with the entire team in mind. This is definitely one of the best places to work.
on January 15, 2020
If you like never being right, getting called names, working in a hostile work environment, working with a horrible online system, working with fake people, getting different messages by the same person, working for people that have no education, but educate others; then this is the place for you. The Director, and everyone that is full time is a director or above, is an aggressive person that finds joy in being difficult to others. The students think they should walk in and get an A for breathing, do not want to learn, know it all and do not treat this like a higher education. Having said that, it isn't. Most of the staff does not have an education and think they are teaching at Harvard instead of an ONLINE gunsmith degree program.

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