Spanish Department Teaching/Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Wenham, MA – December 19, 2015
Assisted faculty member with classroom instruction, exams, and grading. Tutored and mentored students during office hours. Monitored students’ academic progress and referred those who were struggling to campus resources. Translated scholarly articles from Spanish to English and co-published a book with a professor.
Peer Mentor (Former Employee) – Wenham, MA – May 25, 2015
Both of my jobs at Gordon College were instrumental in my personal development as well as my professional development. The College's employees cultivate a warm environment that focuses on growth and compassion. My first job was difficult, but incredibly fulfilling: I loved guiding classroom discussions into deeper territory and elucidating moments within a given text.
Meeting friendly and nerdy younger students, reading excellent texts, collaborating with astute and personable professors
Nothing that would apply to Gordon, just personal struggles
Presidential Fellow (Current Employee) – Office of the Provost – April 4, 2015
This is a prestigious fellowship/student work position, that affords me opportunities for leadership development. I learned about the intricacies of leading a big organization such as a 4-year college. My supervisor empowers me by giving me projects in which I can develop creative and problem solving skills.
observer at top-level leadership meetings and events
Senior Apartment Coordinator (Current Employee) – Wenham, MA – January 8, 2015
This job provides considerable autonomy and flexibility in work hours and task completion, as well as ample opportunity to serve and care for college students. Supervisors are supportive and invested in their employees.
Student Worker/Fitness Center (Former Employee) – Barnesville, GA – August 13, 2013
While at Gordon College i enrolled in the work-study program so that i could make money while in college since i was complete on my own in terms of money. this was an unforgettable experience, not only because you have a job. but, it's a job at school. where you are learning and experience a lot.
Seeking RN degree (Former Employee) – Barnesville, GA – June 24, 2013
I completed three years and two full semesters in a nursing program. My clinical experiences as a RN student included varies check-offs i.e starting I.V's, head - to-toe assessments, medication administration, hospital clinicals NICU, med-surg, and much more.
Gordon College was a great place to work. I was treated with respect, my fellow faculty members were supportive. Compensation was low.
Instructor of Nursing (Former Employee) – Barnesville, GA – March 22, 2013
Generally, I arrived on campus at 0730 met with students, lectured 3 days a week, conducted skills lab, prepared test questions, attended departmental meetings, participated in departmental "self study" for continued accreditation process, visited clinical facility evening prior to student clinicals to make patient care assignments,I left the campus around 1700. Two days a week I accompanied students to the clinical setting and supervised their clinical experience. My co-workers were great resource persons, each had expertise in different fields of nursing. The hardest part of the job was finding enough time for lecture preparation. I ended staying up late at night researching and organizing lecture material but once I pulled it all together giving the lecture was best part of the job.
academic setting is great for the intellectually curious, no weekend or night shift
the pay was very low for the amount of hours and energy required.
A good place to work, if you have the right manager...
Various staff positions (Former Employee) – Wenham, MA – August 28, 2012
I held several positions over many years, off and on. I worked with and for some really great people, but I also worked under a couple really bad managers. I enjoyed my work and time there, but really wanted to get out from under my last boss. Unfortunately, it isn't always easy to move around. If not for him, I would have stayed until retirement.
Residence Hall Monitor (Former Employee) – Barnesville, GA – June 1, 2012
A typical day at work was making sure people would follow directions and be aware of students who were braking the rules. What ive learned from this job was to properly use my rank in order to keep a safe enviorement at Gordon College. My co workers were all fasinating and respectful. The hardes part of the job was dealing with angry students The most enojoyable part of the job was making friends with different students.
free dorms at gordon college
very tough schedules ( sometimes working at nights )