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Adjunct Faculty - Dental Assisting

Westwood College Arlington, VA

Instruct and implement courses in compliance with the curriculum standards and objectives Teach one or more courses within the syllabi requirements… Monster

6 days ago

Adjunct Faculty - Information Technology

Westwood College Chicago, IL

The role of Adjunct Faculty is to effectively communicate with the students and help them achieve their educational goals. The instructor maximizes… Monster

6 days ago

Student Finance Advisor

Westwood College Broomfield, CO

* Set up test date and provide Student Finance packets to future students. * Process, award and complete future student financing eligibility in… Beyond.com

6 days ago

Admissions Representative

Westwood College Upland, CA

The primary role of the Admissions Representative is to contact, interview and enroll potential student inquiries into a qualified career-focused… Beyond.com

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Dean Gouin
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    You'll make great friends... but that's about it

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    Former Employee - Admissions Representative  in  Denver, CO
    Former Employee - Admissions Representative in Denver, CO

    I worked at Westwood College full-time for more than a year


    Great people that work there, pay is really good


    it will suck your soul, the school cost WAY too much, managers have no idea what they are doing, they run off all good reps and just hire new ones, completely number focused even though it is illegal. Also, there is no room for advancement or lateral movement what so ever.

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    A director should not be allowed to be in that position unless they have been a rep before, stop focusing on quantity of students and focus more on quality, a graduate pays more than a student who never even starts.

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