Typically the work is to assist professors with their papers or projects.
I worked odd hours, which is what I preferred. This is because as soon as I get an assignment, I would try to complete the work to get it out of the way.
I learned how research papers are written and read as well as how to work around conflicting schedules with other members and professors.
The hardest part of the job was getting a detailed explanation of what was expected of my work, so there were often many revisions that were needed.
I enjoyed the strange hours the most. Sometimes I didn't have to work a week or two because there was nothing to be done, but then there were weeks I would spend 30-40 hours on a project that needed to be done before the week was done.
underwriting credit facilities (including RBLs), trading lines, and treasury products for oil and gas companies • Create financial models in Microsoft Excel in order to forecast the financial position of borrowers in the loan portfolio • Build valuation/cash flow models to assess and determine total value of proved reserves for RBLs • Perform financial and credit analyses to determine appropriate obligor and facility risk ratings • Author credit memorandums and present views to management for approval • Established fundamental understanding of the oil
Working as an Office Assistant at Baylor is a great job for a student worker. There is a lot of flexibility in scheduling. It is an awesome environment in which you get to interact with residents and make new friends in the community.
Flexible hours. homework is able to be completed at this time
Helped athletes and conditionally admitted students with course selection, evaluation of student progress in classes and monitored student workers. Knowledge of co-workers on advising students and willingness to help them be successful academically and socially. Challenging to write letters notifying students of probation. Enjoyed watching students achieve their academic goals.
Baylor campus is smewhat small and therefore the patrol area is small. Typical days are spent checking buildings and interacting with students. During the school year, many sporting events require officer presence.
A fun filled experience for student athletes as well as an educational
Director of Youth Camp/Youth Coach (Current Employee) – Waco, TX – May 20, 2015
All coaches, current athletes, and ex players involved enjoy giving back to the youth especially doing the thing that they love.To witness the energy that the young athletes possess actually lights a fire throughout the entire camp.
Classroom time, sponsored lunches, active participation bt all
I normally started out picking up deposit from the dining halls and taking them to the bank for deposits. Second, I delivered mail and packages around the campus. I learned better social skills and communications skills. My management team was very fair, firm, and professional. My co-workers were fun to be around and were all diligent. The hardest part of the job was jumping in and out of the van. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting and interacting with the students.
Tutor (Former Employee) – Waco, TX – March 6, 2015
The program I worked for was great. Funding stopped and so we could not continue but one of my favorite jobs I have ever had. Baylor was a great choice for undergrad and it was a great employer as well.
Baylor is an ideal place to work. If you land a job at Baylor, consider yourself very fortunate. It can be difficult to get a job at Baylor because there are so many applicants for each job. The only reason I am looking for other employment is because I am moving out of Waco.
excellent benefits; work environment; discount at onsite restaurants/cafeterias
Lack of training for the position. Lack of interaction with Department Head. No Team focus. Department head did not have a clear understanding of the demands of the job with regard to it being a part time position.
dining hall privileges. excellent direct supervisor.
I scheduled and provided tutoring sessions with student-athletes. It was certainly an at-your-own-pace job which, as an undergraduate student, is what I needed. Management was understanding and accommodating. The hardest part of the job was scheduling arrangements, but once that was resolved everything else ran smoothly. On the other hand, the most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the looks of achievement on my students' faces once they understood material and having it translate into higher test scores.