Wharton County Junior College
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About us

Wharton County Junior College (abbreviated as WCJC) is a two-year college based in Wharton, Texas which is home to its main campus. The college also has campuses in Richmond, Sugar Land, and Bay City. WCJC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).WCJC is a comprehensive community college offering a wide range of postsecondary – more... educational programs and services including associate degrees, certificates, continuing-education courses. – less
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What is it like to work at Wharton County Junior College?

4.3
Work/Life Balance
3.7
Compensation/Benefits
3.7
Job Security/Advancement
4.3
Management
4.1
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Wharton County Junior College?

95%
of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 21 ratings
4.0
Cooperative and productive environment
Written by Transition Coordinator (Former Employee) from Sugar Land, TX on March 22, 2019
I enjoyed working at Kid's College at WCJC. Being a transition coordinator improved my organizational skills and strengthening my multitasking skills. The management include really nice and helpful people and the kids I helped brought a smile to my face every single day.
Pros
Interaction with kids, ability to teach classes
Cons
Sometimes chaotic with parking duty
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What do employees say about Wharton County Junior College's culture and work-life balance?

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Collaborative
5.0
Excellent working environment. Autonomy and professional development encouraged.
Written by Nursing Instructor (Current Employee) from Wharton, TX on May 16, 2018
A typical day at work allows much autonomy. I have learned how to evaluate students performances with objective and subjective criteria,as well as, what is entailed in gaining program accreditation. The program director gives guidance yet allows autonomous decisions within structured guidelines. She also promotes furthering education and acquiring - more...
Pros
Multiple opportunities for free continuing education.
Cons
set schedules
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