My tutoring time was in the morning and between my classes. I was available to other students who needed assistance with class assignments they were not understanding. The hardest part of my tutoring job was around finals and I would get 15 to 20 students at a time. The poeple I would tutor were so appreciative and nice.
Chill work environment if you enjoy being outside all the time. I liked it. I learned a lot about farming techniques, operating farm equipment (such as tractors, ect.), learned how to drive manual for the first time and handling power tools. The hardest part of the job would have to be the heat, some days are nice, but when it's hot the task you are doing becomes a bit of a challenge.
Work Study Student (Former Employee) – Alamogordo, NM – March 29, 2016
Answer incoming phone calls and direct phone calls as needed. Assisted students with FAFSA, registration, Administration, computer software systems, and showing them around the campus. Organized student files for other departments, assisted in paperwork and filing for Admissions, Advising and Financial Aid. Provided customer service to prospecting and continuing students.
Undergraduate Student at New Mexico State University
Organic Chemistry Peer Learning Assistant (Former Employee) – New Mexico – June 13, 2016
I gained valuable skills and experiences as a student at New Mexico State University. I worked several jobs while attending this school. The chemical engineering curriculum prepared me to take on challenging experiences.
Branson Library-Student Worker/Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – June 27, 2016
Being a student worker at NMSU was the perfect opportunity to gain work experience while being to continue my studies. It was a great opportunity to network and meet new people. I'm definitely thankful for the opportunity.
1) Teach students a fun lifestyle trade. 2) Learned how to accommodate individuals with different needs. 3) Great partnership with management. 4) Excellent co-worker interaction. 5) Politics 6) Teaching
Financial Aid Specialist (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – April 7, 2016
Fast pace environment, multi-tasking required with accuracy, superior software knowledge. This job is customer service based with students and parents. Best part of this job is seeing a FASFA through from beginning to award status for the students.
Assistant College Professor (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – January 12, 2016
I enjoyed working with students. I had good relationships with my colleagues. There was good supervisory support. This is kind of a crazy process. How much do I have to write here? Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx!!!
Graduate Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – May 28, 2016
It is delightful experience to work as a graduate assistant for the university, the supervisor, coordinators and deans are really cooperative. They always treats me as a team player despite of my position.
Athletic Marketing Intern (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – January 23, 2016
New Mexico State University provided me with so many great opportunities from being an athlete and able to compete to student and campus life. It also offered the opportunity to be engaged in SAAC and to be an Athletic Marketing Intern for the school as well to become even more integrated within athletics.
Being a master's student in NMSU, and working as a graduate student assistant is the best part. Its a good place to refresh your undergraduate basics, interact with students to come up with new ideas. the payment is also good.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – January 21, 2016
NMSU Civil Engineering Department is a wonderful place to work for. A typical day entails working in lab and mentoring undergraduate students. My professor is very hands off so it allows for a lot of independence but requires a willingness to learn and work hard.