Computer Tutor (Former Employee) – Oroville.CA – January 6, 2015
The center for academic success is a very quiet, but very good place to work and learn. I learned about how to handle computers and various computer programs with ease. The hardest part of the job was to over come my difficulties with both numbers and words. The most enjoyable part was the knowledge that I was helping others to better understand the world of computers.
Computer Tutor (Former Employee) – Oroville, CA – January 3, 2015
Monitored the computer labs and made sure that any one who needed help received prompt and thorough aid with any computer issues they might have. The management was strict and very thorough to make sure that only the best tutors were offered to aid the students who arrived. The hardest part was staring at a computer screen for hours at a time. The most enjoyable part was helping people to better understand the technology they were using.
Very busy office environment with high volume of phone calls and paperwork
Administrative Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Oroville, CA – February 12, 2014
I usually have a lot of scanning of invoices and filing to do in the mornings. If the chair of the Family and Consumer Science comes into the office, I know its time to get into the process of processing and issuing Early Childhood Education Certificates. I do a lot of clerical work for about 6 departments, but mostly just the Welding and Family and Consumer Science Departments. I also make deliveries for our department all over campus. I do most of this while also answering our multi-line telephone system and making calls to students when a class has been canceled. I am entrusted with personal information of students such as transcripts and financial records. It is a great job for someone to obtain necessary skills for a higher placement career. It is a great starting point for students. I am graduating this semester and will be needing more than just a starting point.
Professional Development Assistant (Current Employee) – Oroville, CA – October 8, 2013
Not only have I been a full time student, but I have had the privilege to work on campus in a variety of different departments during the course of my academic career. It has been a truly rewarding experience and each supervisor has given me that extra stepping stone to be the best for my future career. Currently, I work in Professional Development, the Archives, and Circulation, all within the Library building of Butte College; however they are all different entities, with different responsibilities. ProDev is a lot of data entry and filing nice and quiet, but sometimes not because of meetings in the Center of Excellence right outside my office. I enjoy listening to the contents sometimes. The Archives, is also quiet, more than not, and I scan and put away artifacts and then put their information in an Access database. I enjoy seeing how history has made what is today. Circulation is where I get one-on-one exposure with student body and check in and out books to students and faculty. I also help with any computer needs or help students with what they need in general. In addition to tending to copiers, fax machines, and scanners. Everyone I work with is wonderful.
they work with my class schedule for this last semester.
Student Assistant (Former Employee) – Oroville, CA – September 25, 2012
I loved the fact that I was a student that worked for the instructors or other areas of the college. I learned a lot as well as got mentored by my employers. The ability to meet potential future employers was also available.
worked around my class schedule.
pay was minimum wage always as a student and no benefits were offered due to being only part time.
Student Assistant (Current Employee) – Oroville, CA – May 12, 2012
Most days the morning is spend booking daily drop-in appointments and running any necessary paperwork. Afternoons are much slower and usually involve booking future appointments and answering basic questions.