Student Athletic Trainer (Former Employee) – Fremont, NE – May 25, 2016
Typical day is helping people with there rehabs and getting the injured athletes ice or heat. I learned a lot from this job on how to help prevent injuries, heal injuries and how to rehab a lot of injuries. The management was great always full of life and wanting to help anybody out. My co-workers were always excited to learn more and willing to help others understand. The hardest part of the job was making sure HIPPA rules and regulations where followed, and the most enjoyable part of the job was helping injured athletes get back to the sport or activity they loved.
Graduate Assistant Coach (Former Employee) – Fremont, NE – June 19, 2014
If your looking for a good head coaching then this is your place. Not a very work friendly environment. Focus is more on getting anybody with a pulse to come which causes over population and under-development. Hurts coaching style and the amount of time you can spend with athletes. Very high turnover rate.
Illustrator (Former Employee) – Fremont, NE – March 20, 2014
I don't think it's the most potent school in the world, but I have learned a few things here or two and I'd learned a lot of stuff that will become very useful to me in the near future and further my skills as a Graphic Designer as well.
Work Study Student (Former Employee) – Fremont, NE – December 8, 2012
A work day consisted of sending transcripts and entering data into a computer system. I learned how to work skylite which is a computer system the school used to keep track of information about students. Managemet was okay. They did not really work with your school schedule when it came to doing homework or finals.