advertise large corporation events for hosts, which preparations began two months earlier for each event.
Support Staff Student Consistency (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – February 21, 2014
Support Staff Student Consistency, George Brown College , Toronto, ON Oct. 2012 - April 2013 Documented work order requests; planned and organized work to meet all deadlines and requirements. Designed marketing and graphic products to advertise large corporation events for hosts, which preparations began two months earlier for each event.
Peer Notetaker (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – December 15, 2014
Pros: abiltiy to learn other subjects not offered in my course, sometimes they are very interesting and sometimes they are helpful
A typical 2 or 3hrs on the job is taking notes for students who have challenges and cannot take notes, whether or not it's a disability or an inability to accurately understand. It is very rewarding as I am providing assistance to persons who need it. I learn new and helpful things in some of the classes and I have found all of them so far to be interesting. – more... I work on my own, there's no manager - my schedule is known and I take my responsibilities seriously. Notes are always provided in the 24hours stipulated time period. – less
Math Tutor (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – November 25, 2014
A typical day at work is very competitive, trying to get as many clients as possible. The management is well organised. we have atleast one training every month. Also, my coworkers are very cooperative helping each other in difficulties. Especially, when one member cannot make it, others step up to cover up.
Had fun and made lots of friends in this workplace.
Math Tutor (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – November 13, 2014
I helped students who had problems with math. I learnt most office procedures while I was working at George Brown College. This work experience had helped me improve my communication skills, both verbal and written. Most of my co-workers are very nice and friendly. We worked together and helped with each other when we had a difficult questions. Most – more... hardest part of this job is when the students are very upset and lost their confidence. I had to help them get out of this bad situations. We had a semi-meeting which was the most enjoyable part of this job. From the meeting, all of the tutors get together, discuss and learn new skills of dealing with people. – less
Systems Analyst (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – November 8, 2014
This three-year program is designed with extensive input from industry and offers two optional specializations in its third year. The Networking specialization focuses on network security, voice-over-IP (VoIP) and wireless LANs. The Systems specialization focuses on mail server administration, content management systems (Collaboration), database administration – more... and computer security. Both specializations include core courses on infrastructure virtualization (through the VMWare IT Academy), along with best practices in IT. – less
Safewalk Captain (Current Employee), Welcome desk – October 23, 2014
A typical day at work is fun. working at the school allows you to interact with people from numerous cultures and background. Management provides the best resources to make our job easier and more effect to reach the students, staffs and visitors.
Devleoped a stronger team and a more productive department
Payroll Manager (Former Employee), Toronto – October 3, 2014
Working at GBC has been a great experience, gaining knowledge and better understanding of what is important to some staff members. Some people see work as just a job and it is unfortunate that somethings cannot change. Over all it was challenging and I can say I was successful in my task.
Part Time Contact Centre Agent (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – September 24, 2014
Provided information about the college's admissions process and answered registration queries with both full time and continuing education. George Brown College faculty and staff are great to work with!
Instructor-Computer Science ( PART TIME ) (Former Employee), Toronto, Ontario – July 18, 2014
Pros: flexible working conditions
Cons: did not like the work culture
•Taught Computer Science applications. Information Systems, WindowsXp, etc.
Foster student growth and development by assisting individuals with difficulties and challenging advanced learners. Design, administer and grade exams, assignments, group projects and group presentations.
Work directly with faculty in sourcing appropriate class room materials – more... and creating new student challenges. – less
Peer Assistant Learning Advisor (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – June 25, 2014
Pros: the learning environment
Cons: micro-managing environment
A typical day at the PAL Centre was challenging but rewarding. I have learned a lot about self and time management and built up my engagement skills. My manager was so passionate about what she did and we developed the same passion. My co-workers were all very hard working and all enjoyed helping fellow students in need and tried their best to accommodate. – more... The hardest part of the job was convincing students to utilize all of the resources in the college, most students are full of pride and think they can do it all by their selves. The most enjoyable part of the job was the learning, I learned so much! – less
Peer Notetaker (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – March 29, 2014
It is one of the best colleges in Ontario, Canada. The lectures, infrastructure, location, projects, people are were great. Learned allot about marketing and management in Canada. The projects brought a whole new experience in it.
support staff for CWTP (Former Employee), toronto – March 11, 2014
Pros: free refreshments during movie nights/days
Cons: not enough hours due to being a student and we are only allowed to have certain amount of hours
Students would come in asking about the centre and we would answer their questions or give them pamphlets for whatever they were asking. For example. If they want answers about other women centre in Toronto we would get a pamphlet for different kind of centres around Toronto. There are days when students would just come in to have a safe space for the – more... time being while at school. We would do movie nights or sometimes in the afternoon. We would have speakers come in about women issues. – less