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9 days ago

Faculty - IT Support Specialist

Corinthian Colleges Southfield, MI

Faculty - IT **Use your professional expertise to engage, instruct, and inspire!** **If youre looking for an exciting opportunity with a robust… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Externship Coord Sr

Corinthian Colleges Southfield, MI

** Youre outgoing, professional, and have excellent communication skills. In this role, you will work under general supervision to coordinate an… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Director of Student Finance

Corinthian Colleges Southfield, MI

** You are organized and professional with strong leadership skills, and really shine when coaching, mentoring, and managing a team. In this role… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Student Finance Planner

Corinthian Colleges Southfield, MI +2 locations

** Under general supervision, this position works with new students and is responsible for conducting student financial interviews, financial… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Mgr Admissions

Corinthian Colleges Southfield, MI

** **_People Management and Coaching_** * Assess employee performance and quality of work by completing regular observations and reviewing ESM… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

High School Coordinator

Corinthian Colleges Southfield, MI

** Under general supervision, provide motivating CCi-approved presentations to high schools throughout a defined recruiting territory in order to… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Fed Work Study-On Campus

Corinthian Colleges Detroit, MI

Federal Work Study - On-Campus ## Qualifications * Must be an undergraduate, vocational, or graduate student enrolled or accepted for enrollment… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Program Chair I

Corinthian Colleges Dearborn, MI

** Getting students into the classroom is a great start. Keeping them there, engaged and inspired, until they cross the finish line is what… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Career Representative II

Corinthian Colleges Dearborn, MI

** Youre knowledgeable about the job application process and your communication skills are stellar. Working at one of our top-notch campuses, youll… Beyond.com


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    Let's you try new things, and to learn from your mistakes rather than penalize you for failures.

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    I have been working at Corinthian Colleges full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    From the senior most executive to the lowest employee, this company has -- from day one -- put the needs and well-being of the students it serves first and foremost, followed only by the needs and well-being of it's employees. I've had the chance to learn, grow and advance here and have become a better person for it. The work done here has always made me feel good about what I do. The work I've personally done was always validated when I would meet someone working in any of the industries we train students to pursue. Anonymously I would ask what their experience was. In every case, the response was glowing.

    In the past couple of years, the communication and direction between senior management and staffers has improved greatly which has only improved my personal experience working there. For me, this has been a great company for which to work.

    Cons

    The entire For-Profit Education Industry has been under fire by well-meaning, but mis-informed politicians and regulatory agencies for some time now, which has resulted in job losses, wage reductions, and other survival tactics to combat the constant barrage of non-existent or minor issues present at all levels and all companies working within this industry. This has also resulted in a huge hit to the brand's credibility.

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    Once this or a new brand is re-established, there should be a clear focus on building the reputation of the brand, including acting quickly when negative, incomplete or inaccurate information begins populating the Internet. I feel that if there had been a strong Brand Management focus in place long ago, we might not have endured the level of scrutiny or issues that has resulted for this company in recent years.

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