Phone Operator/Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Wichita Falls, TX – February 9, 2016
Working at Midwestern State University has been rewarding. This environment was very welcoming and focused at the same time. Management works with you regarding your schedule and is always willing to help. There was nothing hard about my job, but the most enjoyable part was the ability to be able to express myself.
Great atmosphere to work with friendly co-workers and employers.
Math Help Lab Student Instructor (Former Employee) – Wichita Falls, TX – January 7, 2016
The time I spent in employment at Midwestern State University was enjoyable. My time working in the Department of Mathematics as a grader and student instructor in the Math Help Lab allowed me to use my mathematical education to help students taking math courses. Working with other mathematics majors and professors allowed me to further develop my understanding of mathematics and perfect the way I answer mathematical questions. Though it was frustrating when I wasn't able to provide an answer to a student with a question, it was a great pleasure to help students understand the solution to their problems .
Graduate Research Assistant, History Department (Former Employee) – Wichita Falls, TX – December 7, 2015
I worked as a Graduate Research Assistant for the History department at Midwestern State University. My position had me working at Moffett Library. While I was there, I was able to access and work with the Nolan Moore III History of Print collection, which has pieces dating back to 2400 BC. The collection has rare, first edition prints, and manuscripts from medieval times. The library also has its own special collections, which has an extensive collection on Texas history, as well as local Wichita Falls history. It also has numerous books that were donated from area collectors, many of them first edition or out of print books.
Fun place to work and interact with other students and alumni.
PHONATHON CALLER (Former Employee) – Wichita Falls, TX – September 10, 2015
A very supportive team of individuals who are always willing to help. Best part of the job is being able to connect with alumni and help to raise money for the school. Though one is not able to earn as many hours as other on-campus jobs; the longer you work there, the more you can earn.
Lab assistant (Former Employee) – On Campus part-time job – June 6, 2015
I enjoy every moment working there. Small School with nice, welcoming and polite folks. Working at Midwestern state university open me to the world because I get to meet people from different background and culture. Midwestern is pretty diverse, so it provide me with the opportunity to meet new people. I also developed and improve my skills at work. I learn how to handle pressure, and handle different duties effectively.
Student Assistant (Current Employee) – Wichita Falls, TX – January 26, 2015
A typical day at work is to monitor the cameras in the office and attend to residents needs.Either having to deal with residents being locked out or residents sick, the student assistant is there to be at any assistance possible. Also to make sure that no guest try to sneak into room at after hours.
Inspiring, highly motivated people with an emphasis on life-long learning.
Student (Former Employee) – Wichita falls, Texas – January 16, 2015
Midwestern State University, my Alma Mater, provided both a teaching and a learning experience to me. Opportunities to put my classroom knowledge into practice were afforded plenty to say the least. One of such was the Young engineers summer camp (Yes-camp). Here i met young prospective students who needed a real life feel and perspective on choosing an engineering/science and maths related fields. Here i came across people with same/similar fears about the engineering discipline and that illustrated to me how far i had come. With the mindset impacted to me at Midwestern, I'm more and more certain of having made the right choice in regards to my chosen career field.
Graduate Assistant Coach (Former Employee) – Wichita Falls, TX – January 4, 2015
I started working for MSU as a student assistant coach and video coordinator before being promoted to a graduate assistant coach. The best part about the job was the games and getting to travel and see new places. I enjoyed winning and getting to meet new people and new players every year. Seeing the players grow as athletes and as people was something that I will always remember about the job because it was such a unique experience. The worst part about the job was the pay. I was forced to decide between continuing to do something that I loved but not being able to pay all my bills without taking out additional loans or moving on to something with more stability. Another thing that I enjoyed about this job was the additional responsibilities that were given to me each year because it showed their trust in me to complete any task assigned to me. At the end of this job, I was responsible for on and off the court tasks including time management, planning and participating in practices, ordering and issuing of all gear, planning and scheduling of all travel responsibilities (busses, hotels, meals, travel itineraries, etc.).
Bilingual Teacher for English/Spanish (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 22, 2014
I began working as a tutor/teacher for Midwestern when I first started the Spanish program. I taught English as a second language and loved how communication can bring us together. I then began teaching classes and advanced to teaching Spanish as a second language. I absolutely loved the students whom I taught because they were dedicated and hard working.