very productive, learned a lot and enjoyed going to work
Workman (Former Employee), Oakville, Ontario – November 6, 2012
Pros: lots of hours to be worked
i would start off by going in to see the boss, ask what need to be done in the shop. which included cleaning up the machines or fixing any of the faults; also relocating them around the shop. my tasks at the school were to maintain all machinery and make sure every thing at the school shop floor looked clean and was ready to be used.
Education & Employment experience by Sheridan College
IT Helpdesk Technologist (Former Employee), Oakville, ON – October 31, 2012
Pros: very friendly, modern
As a co-op experience, I really enjoyed working at Sheridan College - IT. The team was very close knit and easy going. I also had an excellent mentor and supervisor. The IT department was very well managed.
As a part of my education and employment, I have been given many opportunities for volunteer work. I am proud to say that I that continue to volunteer – more... within Sheridan College when time permits.
Sheridan College is very Student and Staff focused. Housing over 5000 students and staff, it is very easy to find a helping hand where ever you are within the campus.
I would definitely recommend Sheridan college for Education, Employment, or Volunteering opportunities. – less
Peer Tutor (Current Employee), Brampton, ON – May 1, 2012
I work as a Peer Tutor at Sheridan College and one of the best part of my job is to help them become independent students. Therefore, I interact with students all the time at Sheridan. This has helped me enhance my communication and organizational skills
Exceptional time management skills are necessary for success in this program. Requires a lot of self-teaching and many study hours outside of the classroom. Cooperation and relationships with instructors can make or break your program