Research Technician (Former Employee) – Hanover, NH – June 14, 2016
The Music Cognition lab at Dartmouth is where I landed right after college. The post-doc who ran the lab was incredibly smart and very friendly. He managed well: he would give me tasks that were just beyond my ability (like creating forms in HTML/PHP or an analysis in Matlab) and allowed me the time to learn on my own. I was also exposed to different experimental paradigms. The entire community of faculty, students, and other research techs was very smart and welcoming. I learned a lot and made some great friends.
Postdoctoral Research Associate (Current Employee) – Hanover, NH – January 6, 2016
I have flexible time schedule Dartmouth frequently has different kind of talks, workshops and free lynda.com account for online training. I get along very well with co-workers and we are creative team. The hardest part is also the fun part, which is data mining. I also enjoy programming.
Operations Technician/Classroom Specialist I (Former Employee) – Hanover, NH – September 11, 2015
I was at Dartmouth for 15 years, and in that time we basically built a Classroom Tech support department from the ground up. When I started we had less then 10 installed rooms/venues, and when I left there were close to 80.
Dartmouth is slightly behind technologically and drags due to lack of proper management/direction. It is also mired in old traditions which it is working hard to change.
I left for personal reasons, but had I stayed in New England this was easily one of the best jobs in my area. It was a difficult choice but I am happy to be in the triangle area closer to friends and family. I look forward to starting a new career here, and I am thrilled at the amount of opportunities I am seeing in this area.
Attending graduate school at Dartmouth College in the Department of Genetics has been an amazing experience. The infrastructure and environment are conducive to performing research. In addition, the faculty are some of the greatest in their fields are are always more than happy to offer insight and/or collaborations.
Dartmouth is kind of hard to describe, being an Ivy league school there is a lot of focus on the attending physicians, not much on the staff behind the scenes helping to make it all happen. Compensation was not comparable considering Ivy league status and if you do not have a college degree experience, which I have a lot of was taken into consideration.
I did really like my job there, I worked in the Psychiatry Residency program and really enjoyed the duties and interactions with the new grads.
This by far has been my favorite job. I grew up in NH and love the work life balance. The people here are smart with a good work ethic and we all get along great. Management is always there for you and is constantly using their resources to improve you professionally.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Hanover, New Hampshire – May 14, 2014
I had a very nice experience of working at Dartmouth college USA. I must say it was one of my best experience of my life. Working environment was excellent, labs, team and most of all my mentor was superb. Can't forget that time. I learnt team work and many other useful scientific techniques. The hardest time of the job was to leave it rest all was best. I miss Dartmouth.
Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 Assistant Teacher (Former Employee) – Hanover, NH – March 2, 2014
Helping students improve their Spanish was a very rewarding experience. It also made me comfortable teaching classes and removed my fears of public speaking. I now feel very comfortable and self confident in from of large crowd of people.
Develope and maintain relationships in the IVY League.
DEFENSIVE LINE COACH (Former Employee) – Hanover, NH – August 7, 2013
Coached and developed the fundamentals and techniques of defensive line and outside linebacker play within defensive scheme. Met a lot great people that I have maintained friendships to this day. First time seeing and living in the North East. The weather was difficult at times. Overall experience for my family was great. Didn't win a lot of ball games. The relationships were worth it.