Badminton Coach (Current Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 21 May 2018
Really a fun while Playing badminton. awesome, It`s a fun as driving passion and enhancing with sharing of knowledge is the biggest thing we can do. It creates an opportunity for future goals. Hardest part is when no ones listen Enjoyable part is the teaching
Tutor (Current Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 30 April 2018
I really enjoyed working with the students. The ability to be flexible with my desired hours for tutoring was an asset. I would recommend Douglas College for anyone interested or passionate in assisting one's ability to learn.
Spring break Camp Instructor (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 25 April 2018
Working with a group of 28 kids ranging in different age groups had its own challenges but it was a great experience being able to run activities with them in the gym and in the computer lab.
I instructed (with 2 other students) the sports and computers camp so we got to work in the computer lab teaching the kids how to use Word and Powerpoint. We also got to work on our typing skills, and learn a bit of introductory coding for website design. Then we would have some down time in the gym or we would go outside and play kick ball or run some basketball games so all the kids can be included and get some physical activity.
Management is really trusting in their instructors to come up and run different activities so that made it a lot of fun for us from different sport backgrounds to pool our ideas together to come up with some really fun games.
Faculty Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program (Current Employee) – Coquitlam – 17 August 2015
Colleagues and co workers are great . Administratively there is no formal orientation program for new faculty or mentorship. Most faculty work in isolation.
There is inconsistent messaging from management at times regarding what can and can't be done by faculty members. Some staff allowed to take vacation outside of summer time ( during a semester while others are not )
Non transparency of work assignments for faculty / seniority lists not posted
Health Sciences dept lacking in policy / procedures and protocols much of which you need to search through Dept meeting minutes to find.
Analyst (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 25 May 2015
I was able to lean my craft and further grow my skills. I was given the opportunity to experiment and was also permitted the time to complete tasks. Its laid back but not in the careless sense... if you are working on your task then you are left alone to complete it.
Lab assistant (Former Employee) – New westminster, B.C – 19 June 2014
Work with teachers in class, helped students solving different kinds of questions based on Words, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. Also, Checked homework and in-class exercises in detail and helped correcting errors. This job strengthened my communication skill