Doctor of Philiosophy in Mechanical Engineering (Current Employee) – Waco, TX – December 4, 2017
Being a graduate student at Baylor is similar to being a graduate student anywhere else. The pay is not competitive, but the department is new, so there is the trade-off of getting to work closely with professors.
Baylor is a great place to work and be surrounded by ambitious career driven people. It is a workplace where you meet co-workers that turn into lifel
Assistant Head Coach and Player Development (Former Employee) – Waco, TX – November 25, 2017
Baylor is a great place to work and be surrounded by ambitious career driven people. It is a workplace where you meet co-workers that turn into lifelong friends. I had a fantastic and memorable experience at Baylor and built many positive relationships. It was a life changing experience in the best way.
I typically see one to two clients a day, and train they for an hour each. I have a very flexible schedule, which has afforded me the opportunities to shadow at several physical therapy clinics and maintain status as a full time student. I enjoy working as a personal trainer for Baylor and coaching workout classes.
Bureaucratic snafus are a norm in every department. Everybody I know has a story, sometimes lots of them, about the parking office screwing up or the wrong thing appearing on their bill and never getting corrected. Examples abound. Their problems with the athletics department are merely the visible manifestation of an overall problem of mismanagement by this university.
Cafeteria food is surprisingly good in some places
While in college I worked for a division of fundraising for Baylor. The school contracted out to a different company to run the fundraising department, but I was technically employed by Baylor. This job was difficult in that new were forced to ask people for money that didn't have any and refused multiple times, then we were penalized if they didn't give. Baylor as a business and institution is incredible and worth working for or attending. Only this certain division was tough for a student to wok for.
On days that I worked I called into accounts raising money for the school. They taught us various ways on how to raise money and they taught us how to overcome rebuttals. This environment was a very fun place to be in.
Master of Business Administration Student (Former Employee) – Waco, TX – July 18, 2017
The two years full time at Baylor University's Masters of Business Administration were some of the best moments of my career and life. It was a special appointment for me to learn business administration.
The schedule that was set for me to tutor at the local high school was very doable with my classes, and I really enjoyed going over there. If you don't have transportation, Baylor will help arrange carpooling for you.
Several options around campus for work study, under a loving and caring staff. You have to look for the these jobs outside of the website. Several of the jobs available are great exposure but not on website. Take time to look and network for the best jobs
• Communicated and guided prospective students through the Baylor application process as well as answered questions regarding attendance at Baylor University. • Assisted the Telecommunications team reach a 20% increase in student application for the early admission deadline. • Gathered surveyed data for the admissions office on topics of majors, scholarships, and any concerns or questions related to Baylor University.
This was a fun side job at the nursing school that also gained me great experience in computer systems and library catalog systems. I mainly interacted with other nursing students and faculty but occasionally I was able to assist other people not associated directly with the school. Very fun and I am very thankful that I was able to get this job! Highly Recommend it, especially for study time when peak library traffic is low! I was only part time so no benefits and it was minimal wage. It was high value on friendship and community with my GREAT school! SIC'EM BEARS!
check in and check out players, coaching for the 3 week period room checks of a night, bus duties making sure all the kids were on the bus, making sure they eat and they are where they need to be each day