It provides a supportive atmosphere to pursue your academic interests.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Clemson, SC – May 11, 2017
It provides a supportive atmosphere to pursue your academic interests. The expertise of faculty and fellow researchers and their willingness to help and advise students make it one of the best places to learn and work in the US.
Entrepreneur Ice House Participant (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – May 7, 2017
I'd recommend 10 Week Ice House Entrepreneurship Training course to anyone potential or current Business Owner. This course goes in depth to answer vital questions and concerns for starting your own business. Also it's great to have community Business Owners to evaluate your service along the way.
Great place to work, very social town...most distractions are away from the town. Everyone always willing to help easy part of the job is when you are assigned to grade and receive all necessary documentation needed to fulfill your job
Hardest part is when students try to undermine your authorities and complain with a nonvalid reason
Great place to work. Filled with bright people and academics. Lovely Campus. Provides opportunities to interact with some of the sharpest minds. The professors are all very friendly and extremely professional.
Working with student-athletes can be an amazing but challenging job. A large majority of the time you are teaching students who did not sign up for tutoring. This means half of your job is finding creative ways to engage the student while the other half is teaching content. However, the staff is amazing and always willing to help you.
Can make your schedule
Student athletes have tight schedules meaning your hours are not always ideal.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Clemson, SC – February 17, 2017
Nothing special, good weather, small city, nearest airport in GSP. Clemson has a great football team and the game days are awesome. I am a graduate student and I don't work as a full-time employee to write a better review
You make your own hours and enjoy teaching students something new and cool in the field of computer science. Assembly language is one of the hardest to teach but the most rewarding. The professor that over sees the TA program can be difficult