Administrative Aide (Current Employee) – North Las Vegas, NV – April 27, 2016
.....but I have been going to school to learn Medical Billing and Coding and I graduate in just a few weeks. What I have learned here and College of Southern Nevada I will take with me into my future. I spend my days answering phones for students and faculty alike. I help students through the matriculation process. Being a student also gives me the ability to know what they need to do, I bring my own experience into the conversation. It has been a lot of fun working here at the switchboard and I am going to miss it.
I did work study for the college and it was a good experience. I learned a lot.
Professor Assistant/Secretary (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 28, 2013
I worked with the newspaper staff and I did the graphics for a professor for her wine tasting event. I called vendors and companies to donate to her wine taster scholarship fundraiser. I kept a document spread sheet on who I called and what they were going to donate. I learned how to code call. The professor was very helpful in teaching me how to operate a fundraiser. The hardest part of my job was getting the companies to commit to donating. The most enjoyable part of the job was the event. The wine taster had a great turn out and five students received scholarship money for school because of the wine taster.
i learned how to appropriately asked for donations over the phone.
it was hard at first code calling but it became easier with time.
Student Assistant Team Represenative (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 28, 2016
With this job you can manage your work schedule based off of if you have a doctors appt, or family emergency. Working for csn is a pretty good started job for someone who is looking for their first job, its also a great way to learn about yourself and develop your customer service skills more
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 1, 2015
I only worked at the planetarium, but it was good for myself especially since my field of interest is astronomy. I had a lot of fun doing what I did even if I practically did anything I was needed for, from teaching to just meeting and greeting people at the entrance.
I was there probably five to six hours per day. Ranging from the afternoon to late at night. I only wish I could have worked more than I already did.
Financial Aid Advisor (Current Employee) – las vegas,nv – October 9, 2013
This job had it's ups and downs. Ups:you get to see a very minute percent of the population of students smile, and they work well with your schedule. Downs: everything else. Most supervisors dgaf about the students there's no 'compensation' for all the bs you have to go through.
American Heart Association BLS & AED Instructorc (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 2, 2015
The work community at the College of Southern Nevada's Workforce Development Devision is very supportive and dedicated to teaching and enriching the students that attend its many programs. Working in the field I have learned how to communicate with diverse groups of people in a unified manner. All staff are friendly, and helpful, working toward to goal of bettering Southern Nevada's working community.