Member (Current Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – May 24, 2017
• Tutored fellow students in accounting course work, such as financial accounting and managerial accounting • Developed leadership and communication skills while hosting drop-in hours in a dynamic environment for sometimes groups of 5 + students at a time • Learned how to teach fellow students, while retaining basic accounting principles
Warehouse Stores Worker (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – April 24, 2017
Shipping and receiving, asset and inventory, delivery, warehousing, handling, transportation, assembly of SBCC furnishings, equipment and supplies to support SBCC students and staff. Sorted and distributed all UPS items throughout the campus, maintained all administrative paper work. Directed work of other student-assistants. Operate forklift, large vehicles with power-lift gates and electric pallet jacks
Great job where you are allowed to be a student first
Lead College Representative (Current Employee) – Student Services – January 17, 2017
This job was great in that it allows you to stay focused on your studies while staying involved with the school. I get to interact with lots of different people and support other departments. I answer phones and emails, and give tours to prospective students. My bosses and coworkers are amazing. The hardest part of the job is people taking their frustrations out on you, and the best part is being able to solve someones problem.
Tutor/Teachers' Aide (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA 93111 – December 2, 2016
Working at Santa Barbara City College, as the job goes, was great. The students were pro active and usually engaged. Being an English tutor and t.a. there was fun and challenging,in that the students were usually motivated to do their work, and to do it well. Some of the instructors were hard to work with, as like most work sites, there were multitude of different personalities, teaching styles, and opinions on what to stress in my job. I felt at times that I had too many bosses that were not who I worked directly under.
MARKETING PROFESSOR (Current Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – October 27, 2016
It is the best place to work. It is not only beautiful but it strives to be the best institution to all stakeholders, including students and employees. Parking is difficult but if that's the biggest complaint, things aren't so bad.
Saxophone instructor and music tutor (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – July 28, 2016
My hours were part time, one summer it was 1-4, and the second summer it was 1-3. I learned how to teach, and I learned to have patience. I learned what did, and what did not work well for the students. Management was the best, most understanding employer I've ever had, Jim Mooy. Co-workers were all great, excited to be there. The hardest part of the job, was teaching the kids. The most enjoyable part of the job, was teaching the kids.
Teacher's Assistant (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – October 23, 2015
Classes start early in the morning and they start with a lecture for about an hour and a half and then lab work. Class room size was about 15-20 students. There was nothing hard about any of the schooling I did, my experience was all good.
Athletics Department Work Study Student (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – July 21, 2015
I worked in "the cage" for the majority. I was responsible for doing laundry for the athletic uniforms and the towel service for the campus gym. I also worked concession and entrance for basketball games. Very easy job and because it was part of their work study program you were paid hourly, and the hours worked with your school schedule and your tuition was waived, and you could do your homework when it was slow. My co workers were also students and a really fun group. My supervisors were very nice and cared about us as students, I still keep in touch with one of them through social media. Very enjoyable job, nice for new students to meet other students and athletes. Working the games were optional if you wanted the hours or not so if there were no basketball games or you didn't want to work them you always had Saturday and Sunday off.