ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 3 November 2017
While I enjoyed my time as technician at Loyalist it was my understanding that I would be taught new methods to solve problems and complete my work in a neat and orderly fashion. However most times I would have a problem thrown at me without instruction and then be told I had messed up royally which would be fine if I had not made it clear I had never worked with the material before. Complete distrust from management and being constantly chastised for asking questions led to me leaving the job prematurely.
Wide variety of work tasks to keep yourself thinking, Challenging work
On Air Announcer (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 23 June 2017
Loved being here while taking my college program. Love being in the radio industry and I feel like 91x was the best place to start my career. For anyone looking into the radio career please start it at Loyalist College and they will get you started!
Lab Technician (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 25 February 2017
I enjoyed working at Loyalist College because there was always something to do i was never sitting around. My job at loyalist was very convenient for me because i was living on campus and attending the school For Electrical Engineering So it was very accessible.
Photographer (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 2 October 2015
This was a great opportunity for me as a student. My boss was very kind and understanding. I loved the independence that I got from this job as I went out and shot events.Wish I could have continued this job outside of college.
International Student Recruitment Officer (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 29 November 2014
As an 'International Recruiter' at Loyalist I helped with attending seminars and conferences in India. The team was extremely open, trusting and supportive to ensure that nothing was stuck up at this end, which allowed smooth working overseas.
As the Aboriginal Recruiter for Loyalist College there was plenty to learn about the many programs at the College. Unfortunately, the 5 month contract didn't allow for both touring to reserves and urban centres where potential Aboriginal students live and learning about the programs. Staff was great to work with and students were enjoyable to talk to in the short time there.