Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 24, 2016
The chair person is really nice. Work environment is very friendly and relaxed. You get adequate amounts of leaves. Moreover the events organized are really fun and helping students is icing on the cake.
Great place to work with students on a practical basis
Part-time Faculty (Current Employee) – Fullerton, CA – May 21, 2016
A great educational institution in the University of California System to instruct and educate college level students on ways to achieve their educational and career objectives to be successful in their pursuits.
Decent commuter school, lacks opportunities present in other schools.
Lab Consultant (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 20, 2016
Cal State LA is a decent school overall. The students here are mostly commuters who want to go to school closer to home. Although the education is decent, this university lacks many of the opportunities and resources that are available to students in other schools.
LABORATORY ASSISTANT, PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 17, 2016
A.I. Foods, Inc. is a co-packing and private label meat processing company. At their processing plant, a range of meat and seafood products are made, including Philippine-style foods, like Lumpia and Longanisa, as well as sausages, skewered and encrusted items, plus other products, such as bottled preserves, noodles and frozen vegetables. These products can be found on the shelves of Filipino markets and stores like Seafood City. The A.I. Foods Corporation is owned by a family from the Philippines and has operated since the year 1987. The company has recently received GMP and HACCP certification and is progressing towards obtaining SQF certification in the near future. Under the supervision of the Quality Assurance Manager, one of the main projects assigned to me during my internship was to write policies and create programs and registers necessary to bring the company into compliance with SQF certification standards and requirements. Additionally, to that end, my responsibilities included writing a mock recall and creating the approved supplier program, maintaining the registers of approved suppliers, as well as contracted services and manufacturers.
Warm, family environment
Small company, lack of opportunity for advancement
Administrative Support Assistant II (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – May 10, 2016
There is always something new to experience everyday at work whether it's speaking with a prospective/current student, having the VP of Academic Affairs visit the office or just everyday job duties being performed. It is feels good that everyday, in some way, you will be changing someone's life for the better in higher education.
Instructor/Student (Former Employee) – English Dept – April 20, 2016
Great Place to work and go to school. I had never experienced such a warm and welcoming, as well as knowledgeable, school environment. Once I arrived here I knew that this would be a great place to go to school and work one day.
Eagle Patrol Officer (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 1, 2016
very convenient for because I was attending the school. I stayed there for 5 years because I was comfortable there and enjoyed it very much. I do recommend working there at the public safety department
Alternate Media Student Assistant (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – March 18, 2016
I worked at CSU San Bernardino for a year and a half while going to school. I worked in the Services to Students with Disabilities (SSD) office as an alternate media student assistant. We were responsible for taking students' textbooks and converting them into all digital formats. We also assisted at the front desk and helps administer exams as needed.
Great faculty to work with here in the Mechanical Engineering Department
Aerodynamics Reasearch Lead (Current Employee) – Fullerton, CA – March 10, 2016
I enjoyed working with all the Mechanical Engineering faculty and they provided the utmost support during our research. They provided us with guidance, the tools we needed, and helped us find ways to get money for our projects. The hardest part was trying to fit the final design together and to get parts done by a certain time since the Machine shop was continuously occupied.
Faculty support, Access to resources, In house Manufaturing
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Northridge, CA – February 27, 2016
Having the opportunity to be a part of real research has been exciting and rewarding. I now have the experience necessary to move on to graduate school and work toward a PhD in experimental psychology.