N/A (Former Employee), Houston, TX – October 9, 2013
Great University to study and living I have learned multiple programming language, such like VB.NET, SQL, and SAP ABAP. I learned SAP software application, SAP integration, system analysis and design, decision support, and team project experience.
Grading Assistant (Former Employee), Mount Pleasant, MI – September 26, 2013
Graded submitted coursework for approximately 100 Calculus students. Maintained student records of tests and quizzes achievement for 100 students. Determined grading curve based on student performance on tests and quizzes
Research assistant, Department of Economics (Former Employee), Mount Pleasant, MI – September 3, 2013
it was good school, but, I was promised to get a scholarship after I complete the first semester with 4.0 GPA. However, the economy it was against to get that, so as result I could not finish the degree due to lack of fund.
Exciting opportunity to lead young men to excellence
Assistant Baseball Coach (Former Employee), Mount Pleasant, MI – July 31, 2013
Pros: coaching the players, building relationships with coaches
Cons: time away from family
A typical practice day I worked in the office from 8am until 2 pm where I performed multiple duties including fundraising, team travel, scouting reports, video analysis, practice plans, academic evaluations, teaching class, equipment ordering and distributing, recruiting for the team and camp, constant contact with high school and summer coaches. We – more... would then have meetings with players and have 3 hours of practice. The we would then go with the players to weightlifting followed by watching video with them. I would spend the entire spring traveling to play games and/or recruiting all around the country. The entire summer would be spent traveling to watch kids play whereas I would be on the road at least 5 days a week for 3 months. I would typically get about 5 off days during a Six month span from January to August. The hardest part of the job is being away from my family so much while the most enjoyable part is the ability to teach baseball to the young men. – less
French Tutor (Former Employee), Mount Pleasant, MI – June 1, 2013
This job only required a few days of work a week. My schedule was very flexible and my shifts were not very long. Though I did enjoy having a lot of free time, it was difficult because the lack of hours did not make for a good paycheck.
Human Resources Graduate Assistant (Former Employee), Mount Pleasant, MI – May 22, 2013
• Performed human resources activities such as training documentation, employee updates and reviews, product cost analyses, work-load tracking, employee concern reporting, and various tasks. • Performed outreach activities for the department including presentations, events, and media work. • Head Coordinator for CMU’s participation in the Recycle Mania – more... competition against 600 schools. • Wrote and gathered all documents for a nation-wide Green Cleaning Award, which CMU won. • Responsible for tracking employee training hours in SAP and tracking department expenditures. • Performed an employee efficiency analysis to secure two additional full time employees. – less
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee), Mount Pleasant, MI – April 22, 2013
I started a website designed to help connect current and past MSA students. I learned how to start a website from scratch and research classroom topics for higher education learning. My supervisors are very helpful and went above and beyond to help me get a clear understanding of my duties. The hardest part of my job was finding websites databases to – more... use, but overall I enjoyed working with my staff and supervisors. – less