Lab Technician (Current Employee), Keene, NH – February 16, 2015
If you can get into the right research lab here you can contribute to meaningful research. Our lab is funded by both the NIH and NSF for the research we are conducting, allowing us to charge full steam into our projects.
Great first real world experience helping clients meet goal through exercise.
Personal Trainer (Former Employee), Keene, NH – October 1, 2014
Pros: great environment and learned a lot about working with individuals and exericse.
Cons: not great pay
Great management, only encouraged us to ask questions and extremely helpful. Learned how to work with various people of all different backgrounds. Had a great work environment and we all learned from each other.
Research Assistant (Former Employee), Keene, NH – October 30, 2013
Pros: present the project to two conferences
Cons: short term position
I enter the lab and analyze each pictures of diesel and biodiesel particles taken by a transmission electron microscope. I used ImageJ to measure the diameter and surface area of each particle. If I make – more... a mistake, I go over it again until it is correct. What I learned was to think deeply in trying to solve a problem with the research and get better results. Working with a professor was the most enjoyable part of the job. – less
Independent Study (Former Employee), Keene, NH – December 15, 2012
This was a study working under a grant during my undergraduate studies. It was extremely worth while to conduct an independent study. The small size of Keene State College allowed me to work directly with my professors and learn a great amount of skills.