history professor (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – 23 April 2017
I really enjoy working here; the faculty used to be pretty supportive, but not so much recently; little chance of advancement without a PhD; also the South campus does not really have a workplace for adjuncts
Coordinator of Student Life (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – 22 April 2017
While the environment is a great place to work, it's truly the people that make SJC a remarkable place to work. There is a true sense that you as an individual matter, and what you are doing serves a purpose.
It was nice working there. I got all of the support that I needed from all team members, including department chair. I was immediately assigned a mentor to help me with so much that was needed. I only wish that I had been offered a full time position.
I have thoroughly enjoyed working at San Jacinto. I worked two days a week teaching entry/remedial level mathematics classes. I enjoy my students and the faculty with which I work. I have learned that this is a level that challenges me to reach each student to help them to retain and become excited about mathematics. The hardest part of my job will be leaving. My reason for leaving is to locate with family in the Aiken area.
teachers, and Assistant (Former Employee) – San Jacinto, CA – 26 January 2017
Everyone is a team player and work together to make sure the children are safe while receiving an awesome learning experience. Everyone strives to make each other better for the greater good and they embrace individual differences among the children, parents, and workers.
It was a great team to work with and I looked forward to coming to work. I started as an assistant to classroom instructors and worked my way up to classroom instructor. My favorite part of the job was precepting students in the hospital setting. Watching them learn and achieve was awesome.
The work is simple and easy to learn. It was always enjoyable helping professors and assist in student learning. Working with chemicals and having the freedom to work without supervision makes it more enjoyable.
Information Technology Student Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Pasadena, TX – 9 December 2016
I am currently working as a federal work study in the IT lab. I have had the privilege to work on several different computers with problems ranging from hardware to software type issues. My co-workers made doing my job a pleasure and their input helped as well. The hardest part of the job is that it is not permanent because it is federal work study. The best part of working at San Jacinto college are the people that are working there, they make each day enjoyable, each doing their part proficiently and professionally helping to enhance one another.
The hours I worked were flexible and the coworkers are congenial. Customer service is a must for this college. As a Student Technical Assistant you field a lot of questions and troubleshoot minor hardware issues.
•Provided assistance to future and current students including faculty.Added and dropped students from classes, TSI status, transfer and transcript evaluations .Involved with campus student registration, new orientation .Assisted with planning and implementation of commencement ceremony
A typical day involved a lot of teaching to future nursing students who were motivated to learn which I found rewarding. The management was very supportive and always friendly. The job was very enjoyable and the hardest part of the job was being pay once a month instead of biweekly or weekly.
i volunteered with the head athletic trainer. it was great, and i learned a lot there were good days and bad day but mostly good. people i worked with were nice and ready to work. the hardest part of the job would be when someone got injured and i needed to know exactly what to do without mistakes
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Computer Information Technology Assistant (Current Employee) – Pasadena, TX – 20 May 2016
I love my current job Professors and coworkers with who I work with. A typical day at work is making sure all the Computer in the lab are working, if not then we fix them, and we also repair student computers for free, by the college. I will graduate this fall in Network Admin Associates, and I'm so exited to experience a new job and ready to learn more and more every day.