On average, employees at ITT Tech give their company a 3.7 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest ITT Tech employees are Interns submitting an average rating of 4.8 and Systems Support Technicians with a rating of 4.6.See all ITT Tech reviews »
"No advancement, pay is poor, management and leadership is awful. Do not recommend this campus for employment."
"I have worked at ITT Tech for three years now and I would say it is a starting place to get your foot in the door. Overall the people there are really nice and the work environment is one for a self starter. The overall company politics can be a little overwhelming sometimes but that is nothing unusual."
"It is a fair organization with very collaborative people. The management is one of the best I have seen and I have seen many. Team work is encouraged and most people have say in the day to day operations. Everyone contributes and the peer interaction is professional. I really enjoy the interaction with the students and they get a superior learning experience from this organization. I recommend them for both employment and as a premier educational experience. I welcome the day to day challenges and the growth I see in the students."
"While I enjoy being an instructor, the company's business practices can be troubling."
"I have worked with ITT for 16 years. The compensation is excellent. I am looking for some thing more challenging."
"I've worked with ITT Tech for 11 years and there were some good people, bosses and students that I encountered. The shifts were long at times, but it was for a good reason. I believed that I was helping somebody better themselves overall, if it was my students or my Instructors. When I worked in Monroeville, PA it was a family, when I worked in Tarentum, PA it was more of a cold environment, even the students informed me of this. You do the best with what you have no matter where and what you do."
"Great place to work in regards to the environment, however the upper management is disconnected with the realities of the position. I do believe however things have changed for the better since I have been there."
"I tutor, troubleshoot hardware, update workstation images, trouble shoot network, assist teachers as needed, I get to do a lot of different tasks, which keeps things interesting."
"I've worked for ITT Tech since 2012. I enjoy my co-workers and working closely with students. Helping them in any way that I can achieve their educational goals."
"The campus was a great place to work and I had excellent bosses and a wonderful relationship with everyone I worked with. It was corporate that was the issue. It was difficult for all of us to do our job effectively and it seemed as if corporate cared only for numbers and not the students as individual people with different issues and life problems. It did feel good to say I work for ITT."
"I have worked for ITT for over 3 years and have bonuses and negatives both on the local and corporate level. I believe the major area of improvement would be for the company to remember that the students are our clients and not the other way around."
"This company does not treat it's employees fairly. No pay raises allowed due to TWC regulations."
"I worked for ITT Tech for a over a year and found it to be a good environment for me to work in."
"It's a good company dedicated to educate student in developing skills needed bu them to meet industries requirement."
"Profit over people every time."
What do you like about working at ITT Tech?
"Helping the students learn electronics, and working with equally dedicated teachers."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"If you care about education and your students, don't apply! If all you care about is money but can pretend otherwise, don't worry about the interview because you'll fit the corporate culture perfectly."
What don't you like about working at ITT Tech?
"Executive leadership schemes to take advantage of students for profit; they do not care at all about education or about the students' achievements (or non-achievementsso long as they stay so the company can keep sucking money out of them)."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Purge top level executives, beginning with CEO. Bring in real educators to run the company as a REAL school. ITT has convinced me that the U.S. should require all for-profit schools to be reorganized as non-profits, or they should be brought back into the public school arena."