Undergraduate Research Assistant (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – November 8, 2015
While an undergraduate I assisted graduate students with collecting samples, filtering their sample, and running it through the IC. I also documented observations made in the field in regards to the sample site.
Fast-Paced office, with many opportunitites to assists
Office Assistant, Students (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – October 29, 2015
Pros: Flexibility with schedule, Training's
Cons: Limited hours
Having a keen sense of what it means to practice able-ism, allows you to feel compassion for others and assisting them makes you much more suited for a position in the office for Students with Disabilities. As a office assistant you are valued for you knowledge of the campus, its resources, and how to make it accessible to any and all students. This office taught me the value of being dedicated to a mission and how being thoughtful to others goes a long way for students who are on the climb in the world of higher education.
Environmental Chemist (Current Employee), Canyon Lake and CSU San Bernardino – October 20, 2015
Pros: own hours/schedule, familiarity with staff/peers
Cons: small lab
I have enjoyed my first environmental chemist position on campus because the experience with the instruments have allowed me to develop skills that I couldn't have only in the classroom setting. I feel at ease while the supervising professor guides us with new techniques and equipment. Although we are working with professional companies and need to do quality work, the stress is not high. Like I said, it's an ideal start to a career as a chemist and the surroundings are conducive to growth and exploration beyond that.
Student Assistant (Former Employee), Sacramento, CA – October 15, 2015
I like that there was a routine with a schedule in order to complete my tasks. Structure is key for me. It was a decent school job that helped me with my organization and management skills. I did not many coworkers, but I can easily get along with them. I think the hardest part of my job is lifting heavy products or equipment. I manage to pull through, I got use to the heavy lifting. I enjoy driving the electric delivery vehicles and van when I go on my daily delivery routes.
Men's Basketball Announcer (Former Employee), Northridge, CA – October 14, 2015
Pros: Free food in the media area
Cons: Broadcast for only one season
I enhanced my skills as a Division 1 college basketball announcer at CSUN. The Matador staff was friendly and helpful and the coaches and players were outstanding to interview. I wish I could have announced there for several years.
Serious time job, but a good friend is funny in this spare time
Head Coach (Former Employee), palm desert – October 14, 2015
Pros: free lunch, clothes, parking...
I had the pleasure of spending some time in front of huge campus... I was honored to hear and see the You tube videos, which shows the great socialization of students, extremely graduate teachers, and all working and talking about the pleasure that University and provides all the support offered. It motivates me even more want to do an excellent job and i hope that this opportunity can be in my hands. Thanks for this opportunity
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), San Marcos, CA – October 12, 2015
Affordable tuition for students. Faculty and staff seemed to care a lot about the student's success. Leadership was outdated but wasn't willing to retire. Stuck in the past and not open to receiving suggestions on how to move the organization forward with the changing times.
Pediatrics Clinical Instructor (Current Employee), Long Beach, CA – September 10, 2015
Cons: not full time
As a clinical instructor I mostly interact with my 8-12 students at Miller's Children Hospital. I guide instruct and support students during this pediatric rotation, especially showing the difference between adult world and pediatrics. The best part of this job is that I get to see their growth by the end of the semester.