Professor, Part-time (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 August 2016
I teach part-time as needed. Everyone on staff is wonderful and extremely supportive. Students are fantastic. The facilities are new and very modern, depending on which campus you are at. It is very competitive and hard to get regular courses
PEER TUTOR FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT COURSES (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 6 August 2016
the staff is very cooperative, every employee is ready to help. the workplace have a very positive environment.Person enjoys working here. You learn to be cooperative and mainly have patience and think out of the box in hyper ituations
Accounting & Finance Learning Assistant (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 6 July 2016
The Accounting & Finance learning Assistant position was a very good Co-op opportunity. The work environment was great and the salary was competitive. The job itself was enjoyable while being challenging.
Medical Office Administrator Program instructor (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 11 June 2016
Sheridan College is a very nice place to work, they have very good system in place to help new instructor. They have a good curriculum to work with, Every one there is ready to help you with any questions.
Event Bartender (Former Employee) – Oakville, ON – 9 May 2016
One training shift, and one event for a theater production in the school serving wine and beers. We toured the basement of the school where the storage is and that was neat to see how the school ran from underneath.
SI Leader (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 2 May 2016
The SI Leadership was a pilot project that I had been chosen for as a leader within because I had shown considerable levels of skill in the program and earning high marks while maintaining a high level of sociability.
I was tasked with integrating myself into a class as a peer that had already completed a course in the past that had a higher rate of failure across the student body. I learnt how to be a leader and manage multiple minds at the same time who were working towards a common goal.
I would become a friend that they could come to for help, and would effectively teach a class or act as a tutor to the students that would be falling behind for whatever reason -- a secondary teacher essentially.
The hardest part was showing the students that they could succeed at it if they tried, despite the staggering amount of dropouts that the course had in the past. The most enjoyable part was being able to get through to the students and helping them along, real friendships were forged as a result.
It was mainly an independent environment, the meetings between those involved with the pilot project would be periodic and we'd go over the progress and whether or not the SI Leadership was worth investing further into.
Short hours, hands on, we are in complete control of what takes place
Internship at Sheridan College for Professional Work experience
Internship Student (Former Employee) – Oakville, ON – 1 May 2016
Laid-back and easy going. Enjoyed designing the character and animating him in a 3D environment afterwards. Was in a small team of four to create a short animation promoting Sheridan College's new logo. I designed the character in 2d and was modeled by a coworker intern in 3d, rigged by a volunteer animation studio.
The character was animated into two different shorts involving the Sheridan 'S' logo. I was thrilled that my design was brought to life in a 3D approach after creating many designs I enjoyed doing.
INSTRUCTOR - ANALYTICS, BA, PROJECT MANAGEMENT (Current Employee) – Ooakville, ON – 10 April 2016
Working with students at Sheridan raises the bar! Typically, students have a full-time job or are transitioning in their career. Therefore, they expect quality. I encourage interesting questions and their sharing of their own lessons in a variety of sectors. Everyone learned.
Student Admission Representative (Current Employee) – Brampton Lake, ON – 14 March 2016
It is nice to work on a campus where you study because you save transportation money. It is a very productive job because you cover a whole information session on a campus in about half an hour of time. We also make many phone calls congratulating the students who go accepted and inviting them out to open house events.
Accounts Receivable and Student Refund Clerk (Current Employee) – Oakville, ON – 12 February 2016
Being a new comer to Canada It seemed difficult to fit in Canadian job market but It's a very friendly and learning environment. The staff here is very cooperative and helpful, we all work together as a team and accomplish our daily tasks in time. It gives me confidence and Canadian experience that worth a lot.