A flexible, part-time job best suited for college students (as most of your co-workers will be).
While certain events could be worth the compensation, most are not. Some events are paid by the hour, and a good handful are flat-rate events.
While the flat-rate might be good compensation for the event itself, a lot of the time did not account for the VERY long commutes/travel times to-and-from the events (2-3 hrs one way in some cases).
There isn't a lot of transparency between part-time staff and management--a lot of things are over your head. As much as they'd like to act like your opinion is valid, the fact that you don't even have access to the office itself speaks volumes. It's hard to feel like you're "apart of the team" when you can't even go up into the offices of your seniors (or the offices at all for that matter). Regular face-to-face meetings with people on the team (and people you maybe haven't worked with) would help build team morale as opposed to email feedback.
The events themselves were fine, but with passive-aggressive upper management and severe lack of workplace involvement or culture, it is really only meant for college kids looking for extra cash.