Great learning environment and flexible with scheduling.
Student Researcher (Former Employee) – Richmond, KY – September 24, 2013
There are a lot of great people that can help answer your questions. As a student worker you can have a flexible schedule that works with your class schedule. The benefits are great if your job title includes them.
Student Work Study/Student Coordinator (Former Employee) – Richmond, KY – August 16, 2013
A typical work day revolved around leadership, creativity, and interpersonal skills. I created flyers, copied documents, answered phones, created distributions list, attended meetings, and reserved space for student events at the University. I assisted the Director of the Department by obtaining information and supplies that assisted in organizing the new honor society (Tau Sigma). Each day that I worked I gained job experience, learned management skills, and built upon existing interpersonal skills. My employer and co-workers mentored me and allowed me the opportunity to grow as an individual; they treated me with respect and encouraged me to learn team unity. They always made time to answer my questions and taught me valuable new skills that I will be able to use throughout my life.
working for employer, co-workers, students, traveling to conferences.
unsteady hours could only work when eku was in session.
Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Richmond, KY – August 14, 2013
I taught college courses at Eastern Kentucky University in the Exercise & Sport Science Department. I conducted training programs, fitness assessments, and classroom lectures. I have individual and team fitness training experience. I also have over a decade of coaching experience at the high school level.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Richmond, KY – June 29, 2013
This was an easy office job. I just helped with basic office tasks and occasionally assisting students. My boss and his administrative assistant were awesome people with whom I keep in touch. But, I only got to work 10 hours a week.