Library Specialist III (Current Employee) – College Station, TX – August 16, 2017
Texas A&M would be the perfect place to live if they offered free on-site childcare.The benefits are amazing and are the only thing that keeps me from leaving. The cost of living grows every year but salaries remain the same.
Worked at Texas A&M as graduate assistant. Had an opportunity to work on research papers under the guidance of computer science head- Mr.Sang Suh - on the subjects such as Information visualization and bio informatics.
AggieFab Student Worker (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – August 13, 2017
Wasn't too demanding, which was great because I was incredibly busy with classwork that semester that I worked, but I still learned a lot of new things and it was a great place to work and get technical experience related to my studies.
Academic Mentor (Current Employee) – College Station, TX – August 3, 2017
I really do enjoy my job! However, I have applied for several years at this University and I do not think they are receptive to minorities as a whole in the work place. I really do think the University as a whole can do better at hiring minorities.
I worked as a student employee and it was an amazing job but had serious limitations. It paid minimum wage and had a maximum of 19 hours per week. As far as the actual job went though, I had 2 supervisors that were both amazing and my job was incredibly easy.
Football Player (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – August 2, 2017
As a redshirt, you have expectations to grow both as a player and a person making the adjustment from high school to college both in the classroom and on the football field. Extremely difficult transition but the coaches really invested in me as a freshman and helped me be successful.