I worked at Touro College full-time (More than 8 years)
Good place to work / college - I miss students in my office
School expanded quickly / new administration in place is turning it into an organization
I have been working at Touro College (More than 8 years)
It is a great place to learn
You will not make a lot of money
I have been working at Touro College full-time (More than 10 years)
Low student to instructor ratio
Many Jewish holidays
Terrible communication from administration to employees, no transparency
Widespread expansion with little investment in existing programs
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I worked at Touro College part-time (More than 5 years)
Good guidance and support from co-workers.
Too much workload for an adjunct along with added responsiblities
I worked at Touro College full-time
Diversity and multicultural environment. Adherence to legal, curriculum require-
ments as well as compliance/implementation of policies in the management of
Teaching assignments are sometimes given in different boroughs which may
require long travel times. Textbooks for faculty members have gotten quite
difficult to get so that getting a copy may mean paying from one's own pocket.
Advice to Management
Review and improve the systems in place-open-button.jpgI. place to allow for better communicatio
Review and improve the systems in place for better communications, vertical and
horizontal, more transparency, inclusiveness, more activities for staff, faculty
and management to help students improve and hone their skills to appropriately
arm them to meet the challenges of the job market.
I worked at Touro College part-time
Above minimum-wage pay, awesome co-workers, great higher-ups/bosses, flexible hours.
Commuting made the pay (certain amount per year for work study) kind of not worth it.
I have been working at Touro College full-time (More than 3 years)
Great small team
Most Jewish holidays off
Relaxed work environment
Real 9-5, not much overtime
Work with a cause
Slow times happen sometimes as well as crunch times. Not very structured environment
It's definitely a good start for anyone who is interested in internal audit. I got real opportunities to participate in multiple audit projects and learn about the whole audit process. The job was challenging but I learned a lot by working with my supervisor and other staff. The "lunch and learn" session on every other week was great and I got systematic training through this session.
The job is unpaid for most interns and the supervisor has got high standards for your work.
I have been working at Touro College (More than a year)
Great people working in the IT department.
Not much opportunity to move up in the ranks
A great number of courses are available online
There can be more marketing to gain new students.
Advice to Management
The classes are structured well.
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