Working at Sheridan as a Clerical in the resource room is helpful for me in organizations skills, also improving my knowledge of the type of materials, finishes within the room. I work alone on days of my shift. The most enjoyable part is that it is not too stressing, for my main job is to keep the room tidy while helping any people who is searching for a particular materials in the room for projects and etc.
The hardest part is keeping the room tidy while people are in the room looking for things which they tend to create a mess.
Assistant Advisor, Brampton (Former Employee), Brampton, ON – April 16, 2015
It was a part time job and there i worked as an assistant to provide College related information to the new students. i was there for short time but learned a lot. overall it was a good learning experience
Promoted Student Leadership and Engagement Program and CCR. Worked with Sheridan Students and Peers and had a lot of fun.
Peer Mentor (Current Employee), Student Services – February 28, 2015
Pros: flexible hours
I planned marketplace every month with my team mates. My job is to email the Peers from other departments and Students regarding the Marketplaces. Marketplaces are really fun and a way to promote services and interact with different people. I developed Leadership qualities, effective communications and creativity while working at all the Marketplaces. I and my colleagues manage all the things well so that we could interact will most of the students on-campus. My co-workers are supportive and helpful. They too live working on-campus and assisting new students at College. The hardest part of my job is to brain-storm and keep thinking in the creative way, and then implement the best ideas. The thing I enjoy the most comes from the hardest part of my job. It is I love implementing the ideas that I planned during the difficult part of my job. I really love my job and its fun and interesting.
Environment and people makes you wonder where you are
CUSTOMER (Former Employee), cUSTOMER – February 18, 2015
Instead of "importing" students, why wouldn't Sheridan and other Canadian institutions establish affiliated schools in their countries? The Lycee Francais has done it in several countries. It helps locals to improve their education instead of having the wealthiest coming over here and have them as permanent residents which unfortunately will not contribute to improving their country of origin...
Enjoyable time working with professional and unique individuals.
First Year Connection's Peer Mentor (Former Employee), Oakville, Ontario – December 9, 2014
Pros: feeling of gratitude that you achieve from helping others.
Cons: busy days are very hectic.
-data management of student affairs -marketing management and advertising student advisement services -acquire information to improve on services -event fundraisers -monthly newsletters -weekly email updates and reminders to 900+ students
PART TIME POSITIONS (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – August 7, 2014
A very rewarding job and a joy to share the motorcycle experience. Starting the day off with nervous students and ending the weekend with having the student with a huge smile and a sense of accomplishment is the best experience ever. Sometimes challenging as an instructor, but always rewarding.
Working as a student (Former Employee), Brampton, ON – April 24, 2014
Working in laboratory in Sheridan college,I gained good laboratory experience,good laboratory maintenance skills,operating instruments like AAS,AES,ICP-OES,FTIR. Conducting sample testing,making solutions and unknowns samples. making lab reports.
Health and Wellness Peer Mentor (Former Employee), Oakville, ON – April 7, 2014
Working at RSA was a typical tutoring job. Students would come in with their homework from a wide variety of subjects and I would assits them with their homework and give them practice quizzes and tests.
Housekeeping Attendant (Former Employee), Brampton, ON – March 31, 2014
I have worked in many Customer Service settings however this was my first time with children. They are unpredictable. I am learning so much from working with children, as well as teaching them how to be a respectful contributing member of society,