Student Orientation Peer Mentor (Current Employee) – Clarion, PA – June 16, 2015
A typical day in the office during orientation sessions would begin by opening all of the student data in Access and filtering it to the upcoming session. This eliminates all of the other sessions data that are in the system. From there you export the data to Excel, by exporting the data to Excel it makes it easier to organize the data into different groups. The student data is sorted by major and the different majors make up the different color groups. Once color groups are established, a small colored sticker is attached to the students name tag to symbolize what color group they are apart of. Lastly, an assignment sheet is created for the orientation staff and it lists when and where their color group should be throughout the day.
From working on the orientation staff and moving to the position of creating the documents for orientation I have learned how to use Microsoft Access and Excel more proficiently. I have found that the hardest part of the job is deciding which members of the orientation staff are working together and in which color group. As well as juggling the responsibility of making sure the documents for orientation are not only done but also printed and ready to hand out to the staff.
Secretary for the Office of Minorities (Former Employee) – office of minorities – September 2, 2014
The day would typically begin with a brief meeting with my boss Dr. Gant. She would inform me of specifics that i would need to pay special attention to, such as budget cuts, meeting times being changed. Then i would usually arrive at my work station where there are papers to be filed. All the while being attentive to any student/faculty trying to reach Dr. Gant. Then i would schedule any meetings and prepare the spreadsheets.
Admissions Counselor (Former Employee) – Clarion, PA – July 23, 2013
Clarion University of Pennsylvania is, by far, one of the most student, staff, and faculty friendly environments that any professional could ask for in their journey. If the campus wasn't nice enough, the fact that it is in one of the most beautiful college towns in the world should only add to your interest in working here. To serve at Clarion is a healthy pursuit--it's good for the mind, the body, and the life that you'd like to see at balance. Resources are seldom scarce and the support you get as an employee is unequalled.
environment, compensation, benefits, opportunities for growth and service.
long hours, strenuous labor, occasional simple jobs.
Student Computer service tech (Former Employee) – Clarion, PA – July 30, 2012
Co-workers were rare but always welcome. Employers were never happy with the student workers for lack of knowledge in unreasonable circumstances. Mostly where the employer was to know things only use once maybe 2 months ago that else where would not be referenced. Work would either consist of inventory a.k.a. taking stock of what we had laying around or it would be maintenance on computers around campus making sure they were up to date and running properly. While seldom we had to change computers there was some manual labor involved.
money to pay for every day expenses, nice co-workers
difficult bosses, poor communication between employer and employee, lack of respect.
Good place to work if your there for your studies as well
Library computer Lab Student Manager (Former Employee) – Clarion, PA – January 22, 2012
I worked here as an intern as well as a student lab tech. it was really nice having the time in the lab to work on homework and other personal project while there was down time. Working as an intern at the computer help desk was not the best experience I have had in my life, but it wasn't the worst. I felt like I didn't really belong as an intern, but maybe if I was working there full time things would be different