worked closely with professor to create and deliver an upper-division online course to 1000 students per semester
Teaching Assistant (TA) (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 30, 2016
worked closely with professor to create and deliver an upper-division online course to 1000 students per semester; Acknowledged as best TA ever to work with professor and invited to continue serving in a technical advisory role after graduation. Created examination and other assessment instruments; developed technological solutions which significantly reduced cheating and enhanced student learning.
work with excellent professor, learn more work experience
Metro Academy of Success Outreach Specialist (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 10, 2016
it is stressful at times because the kids are not always cognizant of what they are doing or how they affect others and the kids don't always listen but when they do listen it is a fun environment and you learn something new everyday working there.
Learning Assistant Center (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 7, 2016
I worked at a tutor and the Learning Assistant Center provided flexible time schedule to accommodate my academic schedule. I love the management because they are very nice people who passionately take care of the tutors and fight for tutor's wage.
Flexible schedule, reasonable number of hours, and wages
Student Assistant (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 19, 2016
My duties were to assist the office coordination for the Ed.D. Educational Leadership and Special Education Department. Since this is just a part-time job during my school, what I learned from here was mostly technical skills. My co-workers were very nice and friendly to me, we usually had relaxing conversations about the works, and how to walk through that. The hardest part was that I have to continuously learned how to use many computer softwares which I had been not familiar with; but that is also the most enjoyable part that I had a feeling of achieving something new.
pro and friendly culture, effective communication
some jobs required data entry, which could be a little bit boring
San Francisco State University is a social justice focused educational institution. My experience teaching very rewarding.
Instructor (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – March 19, 2016
My duties consisted of much reading and engaging of the students, via e-mail and in person. I developed learning outcomes and implemented evaluation, and I also regularly advised students via e-mail and in-person.
Academic environment with emence support from other faculty
Instructional Aid Family Communication Comm (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – March 14, 2016
I have held paid and unpaid positions at SFSU, that are all directly related to my degress in Communication Studies.
Instructional aid positions I had the opportunity to work with faculty in Communication Studies, in subject matter I really enjoyed. Organizational Communication, Public Speaking, and Family Communication.
As part of my graduate school program I had the privilege of teaching four semesters of Communications 150-Fundementals of Oral Communication.
Teaching students in a classroom environment is incredibly rewarding and fulfilling. Disruptive, disrespectful students were very unpleasant part of the job, fortunately, there were only a few.
In my capacity as a teaching associate I developed lesson plans, quizes, assignments, and in class activities to reenforce subject matter covered in lecture and in text.
My co-hort and faculty were always available to assist, or lend an ear, or a hand.
Maintenance Assistant (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – February 15, 2016
Focused on recruiting and managing new members. Lots of opportunities to get more involved with headquarters. Great work environment, very flexible work schedule. Learned from everyone there; plumbers, electrician, locksmith, HVAC tech.
Student job, not very well payed, but great experience and good vibe.
Instructional Assistant at Summer Bridge Program (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – February 6, 2016
I worked at San Francisco State University as a tutor and as an Instructional Assistant. I could choose my own schedule, so it was easy to pair this job with my student's responsibilities. The Learning Assistance Center is a great place, they taught me everything I know about tutoring. The vibe at work was great. The Summer Bridge program was great to work at, but we had some compensation issues. It was hard to work with first-generation students, but I enjoyed seeing that I helped people to learn the core concepts of academic writing.
Painter (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – November 19, 2015
The two top employees of the shop don't have good management or communication skills. They had a difficult time with scheduling the 9 man crew. The next one in line spent more time on the phone, talking and walking around than working. His painting skill is only a second year apprentice, but he is permanent and has stated numerous times he doesn't need to work because of his status. He also tries to bribe people. He is the main reason moral is so low. no one was disappointed when we were laid off. We were temps.
Instructional Equipment Assistant (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – November 13, 2015
SFSU is a great working environment. I love working with the students and supporting them when needed. If you like autonomy this is the place to work, however, if you have difficulty with too much autonomy of your work day this may be challenging.
San Francisco State University was a valuable experience.
Biochemical Researcher (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – November 10, 2015
San Francisco State University was a valuable opportunity for my growth and development as a future scientist. Team building and critical thinking were two important aspects in evolving our research. An essential part working at SFSU was the different ideas and interpretations that were tested in order to achieve a common goal.