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Student Services Advisor

ICDC College Culver City, CA

• Address all technical, and administrative questions and concerns from students pertaining to their online learning experiences in a professional… Glassdoor

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Admissions Representative

ICDC College Culver City, CA

• Conduct interviews with prospective students via phone • Maintain high level of productivity to meet and exceed established Admissions goals… Glassdoor

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Admissions Assistant

ICDC College Culver City, CA

• Coordinate closely with Admissions Representatives to ensure that all needed documentation is received in a timely, complete and legible manner… Glassdoor

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Career Services Advisor

ICDC College Culver City, CA

• Ensure that graduates have employment interviews and that a high percentage of graduates acquire employment in their related fields of study… Glassdoor

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Call Center Representative

ICDC College Culver City, CA

• Deliver general scripted dialogue to prospective students on outbound calls as well as emails. • Qualify prospective students over the phone and… Glassdoor

ICDC College Reviews

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ICDC College President Anna Berger,
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37 Ratings

    The Company's sole mission is to make a profit, not providing people with quality education.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Hollywood, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Hollywood, CA

    I worked at ICDC College full-time for more than 3 years


    You are able to make lasting friendships.


    Where do I begin?
     While working there, the company tried to drill into your head that team work was very important, and while I agree, not many stood by this. I saw a lot of my colleagues being thrown under the bus for decisions that were made in upper management. When results didn't pan out the way they were expecting, they blamed it on others rather than owning up to their mistakes. No integrity, too many office politics, too much finger pointing. No one ever took responsibility for their own actions, and upper management would always turn a blind eye.
     No one was allowed to have an outside life. If you were salary, chances are, you were working weekends. Time off was frowned upon, and if you were calling in sick, forget it. During graduation time, you were forced to "volunteer" your time to work the graduation. The Christmas Party was not exactly mandatory, but if you missed, you were automatically seen as "not a team player" and was questioned as to why you were not participating in the festivities. They would make sure that everyone would be present by assigning projects to each campus to present at the party.
     Making sure that the enrollment numbers were up was more important than providing a quality education. This company targeted low income communities to provide subpar education to. It is unfortunate that many of these students did not realize that they were not being provided with what they paid for until it was too late. Job placement was low, and many would come back dissatisfied with empty promises that were made by their salesmen a.k.a. admission. There is just so much wrong with this company.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please, make sure that your employees are happy. Good morale makes for a good work environment. I still know many of my former colleagues that are taking their work home and are stressed beyond belief. If they are salaried, allow them time to recharge. Don't work them to the bone.

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