A typical day you are usually busy. I learned what a non-profit organization does. My manager was an awesome teacher in addition to amazingly patient. I was able to learn a new suite of skill sets while working here. My coworkers were wonderful people who enjoyed their jobs being able to assist people in the community. I wouldn't say there was a hard part of the job. I enjoyed going to work everyday and learning something new.
a fullfilling position where you are giving back to the community.
Alliance Coordinator (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 14, 2015
Loved what I did!! Got to go out and met a ton of teachers, educate their students then if wanted, educated the students about Stevens Henager College. If it was a good fit, I would then enroll them! LOVED MY JOB!!
Executive Assistant to Partner (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 31, 2013
I worked, originally as a temp, then as a contract employee for Egon Zehnder. Stevens Little was the temp agency who placed me in the position.
Zehnder is a placement firm for C-level executives around the world. We tracked jobs and candidates and arranged meetings around the world and video conferences with parties around the world to match outstanding candidates with open positions. I scheduled a great deal of international travel and maintained an extremely busy calendar for the partner I supported. I left the firm when the partner was transferred to Houston to open a new office.
extremely interesting, fast-paced work
i knew, from the start, that my boss was moving and the position was temporary.
Student Researcher (Former Employee) – Stevens-Point, WI – May 29, 2012
I was allowed to make my own hours, so a typical day of work included me coming in to the lab, preparing my reaction, and photographing the results. I learned how to utilize various lab equipment and what the purpose of the equipment was. It was an individual research project, so there was no management or co-workers. Occasionally I would collaborate with a few other students, but only when it was necessary. The hardest part of the job was deciphering when something went wrong and what to do about it, as no one else was there to help me. The most enjoyable part of the job was the amount of independence I was given.