Very much enjoyed the work, the challenges, the staff and the students. This was all very much a new learning experience. Everyday included fast paced work of all types of duties and responsibilities. The management and staff were very helpful and patient in teaching me especially since all days were different.
Lots of opportunities to gain teaching experience as well as available funding to upgrade & continue my own education. CNC has ample services to aid both students & faculty with navigating resources, services & technology as needed.
Absolutely a terrible, very political, backstabbing place of employment, right from the president , and human recourses down to managers. Pathetic place of employment where you are on your own. It’s not who you know, it’s who you blow.
I have been priviledged to work under a great regional principal, executive branch and union. I quite enjoyed all the people I got to work alongside. Inclusive of all current and prospective students, partners and communities. I couldn't speak more highly of all the staff as they are truly invested in education and student success. There is room to learn and to grow. There is room to advance and to move between campuses, etc.
Teachers have lowered their curriculum to facilitate those who do not speak English. Education at CNC is substandard. Their programs are not "user friendly schedules or offerings. The homeless people wander through the college to stay warm, pass out, and urinate on the chairs, shoot up in the bath room. Secretarial staff are horrendous to deal with.
I enjoyed teaching my students all of what I know in the steel trades industry. it was a good experience over all the problem with the job was the lack of funding to continue the course . some of my students still call for advice and to let me know how it is going
helping others to achive their goals and dreams in life
not a full time job due to lack of funding for the course
My job was contractual. I have attempted to get in there full time, but it is difficult in a unionized environment where people have bumping rights.
I would definitely work for CNC again. The environment is very friendly and they promote self improvement and advancement.
I worked with diverse people who were all very pleasant and friendly.
Great people and flexible schedule with other part time job hours
Routine start up and shut down of a packaged firetube boiler, and regular water and safety checks.
Learn the safe and efficient operation of a packaged boiler.
The most enjoyable part was getting to know the great people there and learning the fundamentals on how to run a boiler.
Always busy day.
Learned lots of stuff like Communication, Presentation, Reporting, Writing, Managing Process, Support Innovation, Time Management, Client Relationship
Co-workers are professional, supportive