I worked at Lakeland Community College part-time (More than a year)
You work at the same place you go to school, which can be both convenient and a nice way to meet fellow students and integrate yourself into Lakeland. It's also a great feeling to help others in a subject they are struggling in (particularly a subject you yourself are interested in). Many students who come in for help are regulars, which promotes a friendly, casual environment. Days are quite varied in terms of how busy the learning center is, which can help prevent monotony. The Learning Center is aware you are primarily a student so your schedule is pretty much up to you. Overall a wonderful side job to have while enrolled there.
You'll get the occasional student who comes in and expects you to just tell them the answers, which can be aggravating. Others will be downright rude or unappreciative, but this does not happen too often.
I applied online. I interviewed at Lakeland Community College (Kirtland, OH) in August 2016.
They are looking for someone with the exact work experience for the position you are applying for. For example, to teach international business they are interested in someone who has done business in an overseas environment. The interviewer does only one interview before making a hiring decision. I was interviewed by the department chair. The first question asked was that of telling about yourself, which means that you should be able to relate your work experience to the needs of the course that you will be teaching. It is assumed that you meet the skill requirements if you are called for an interview and it does not appear that it is worth applying here for positions outside of those which relate to your professional background. Ideally you have both the professional background and an academic background that matches in order to successfully complete the interview process.
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