Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – 160 Convent Ave, New York, NY 10031 – May 6, 2018
Working in the CCNY Psychology Department is a wonderful and fulfilling experience. I learned a lot from my peers and mentors, and gained insight into how students learn and how I can adjust as a Professor.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 21, 2017
I enjoyed working here for five years. The engineering departments are well organized and offer good education standard. The quality of research is medium to average. The HR and the administration is not quite good.
College Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 5, 2017
Working at The City College of New York has allowed me to learn multiple procedures such as how an office works. I have learned many skills in the office such as the use of multiple applications such as Adobe Illustrator and experience speaking to other individuals over the phone and in person.
The management is excellent and they are very friendly and tend to talk about anything that may bother me. The management makes you feel like family and that you may be able to tell them anything, and vice versa as well.
The hardest part of the job is where we reach the most busy part in the semester due to either midterms, finals or graduation and we have an really high amount of students and faculty, as well as outside individuals to assist all while managing to work on our assignments in the office.
The most enjoyable part of the job is working with all the employees who each are amazing in their own right. They make the workplace very easy and fun to work in and makes you want to come to work everyday.
Amazing management and co workers.
Could be stressful when the workplace becomes busy.
Becoming a mentor to guide new students (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 22, 2015
There are a lot of good things in working at the City College of New York, apart from meeting a lot of nice people, also the employer are really nice with the new hires, although many mistakes that are made by them. The hardest part is probably how to manage everything, from time to work.