I worked at Rasmussen College full-time
Laid back atmosphere, good people around you, motivating students, flexibility, no pressure to sell students on something they didn't want.
Pay is not what I would have wanted, advancement wasn't there or available in 2012 that was inticing enough to make me stick around.
Advice to Management
Pay increases would be a recruiting tactic that could get in more quality talent and staff
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Rasmussen College.
It was a 3 week process, meeting with the directors and eventually the assistant vp. They asked typical interview questions.It was a little challenging since I do have a bubbly energetic personallity where everyone I talked to was not, so it was a little difficult to match their personalities. After each interview I sent a thank you email and the HR person was always quick to respond to my questions. I eventually made it to the final round of interviews and of course sent my thank you email to the HR person since that was the only contact information I had and then never heard back from them. I even asked when they were looking to make a decision so I would have some kind of knowledge of their time line. Would of appreciated some kind of email letting me know I didn't get the position.