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Teaching Assistant
Teaching Assistant (Current Employee), College Station, TXJanuary 28, 2015
I assist Professor teach Satistical methods and provide constant mentoring and tutoring to undergrad students, so that they can better understand the core concepts.
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Excellent Work Staff
Student Worker/Invoice Specialist (Current Employee), College Station, TxJanuary 22, 2015
I have enjoyed working here as a student worker. I have learned an abundant amount of things that I can take with me in my future endeavor.
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Good opportunity
Graduate Assistant for Financial Aid & Scholarship (Former Employee), Commerce, TXJanuary 19, 2015
Had an amazing staff members who I enjoy working with and the enviroment was really unique and good experience with staff and students.
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Productive and fun place to work
Senior Office Assistant (Former Employee), College Station, TXJanuary 9, 2015
Enjoyed mingling with the professors and students. A totally positive place to work. Everyone so nice and mannerly. Good, firm extended education.
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Student research
Student Research Assistant (Former Employee), College Station, TexasJanuary 7, 2015
Great job for students flexible hours, great pay, great work, great coworkers. long hours but rewarding experience.
Great job for students flexible hours, great pay, great work, great coworkers. long hours but rewarding experience.
Great job for students flexible hours, great pay, great work, great coworkers. long hours but rewarding experience.
Great job for students flexible hours, great pay, great work, great coworkers. long hours but rewarding experience.
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Working here gave me a lot of experience in an office setting.
Economics Department- Student Worker (Former Employee), College Station, TXDecember 30, 2014
I learned many office tasks such as how to create booklets and pamphlets, how to work with job market software, copy exams, fax, take messages, etc. Management was very organized and the coworkers were easy to talk to. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning various tasks that I could take with me to future jobs.
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the best university
Graduate Lecturer and Research Assistant (Current Employee), College StationDecember 26, 2014
I came here for study. The professors are great. The students here is very nice and friendly.
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Enjoyed to work under Department Chair, Mechanical Engineering in high performing labs.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee), TexasDecember 23, 2014
- Extreme busy schedule but enjoyed it
- I became more perfectionist
- Well managed labs
- Co-workers always supported each others
- To complete task in time limit with quality work
- Enjoyed to support co-workers and to discuss about latest technologies and it's implementation
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productive research for clients
Research Associate (Former Employee), College Station, TXDecember 21, 2014
Pros: 40 hr week in a learning environment
Cons: job security
8 hr work day with excellent focus on daily work tasks and objectives.
developed highly focused research focused on measurable results.
co-workers comprised of mostly graduate students conducting individual research.
Lab consisted of 2 full time research associates conducting research for nonacademic clients.

delivered process design and product with cost analysis.
as with any academic job, it is dependent on outside grants.

best part: working in a highly focused research environment
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Graduate Research Assistant
Kingsville, Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee), Kingsville, TXDecember 19, 2014
Excellent opportunity to receive a great education. The faculty and staff are very helpful!
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Go Aggies
Research Assistant (Current Employee), College Station, TXDecember 18, 2014
The coursework is tense and interesting. It has good study atmosphere and everybody focuses on his/her study. Nothing else to do but to study. This uni is different from other universities.
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Convient location and great co-workers
Research Assistant (Former Employee), Texas A&M University Corpus ChristiDecember 16, 2014
Pros: no supervision, easily do able
Cons: not using my skills as a finance major
A typical day working here would involve meeting in the Bay Hall 3rd level and working on my own computer.
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Great people, poor management, low pay
International Student Advisor (Current Employee), College Station, TXDecember 12, 2014
I love working for Texas A&M as a whole because it is a great institution with fantastic people and kind and intelligent people.
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Fun and challenging job
Facilities Coordinator (Former Employee), College of Education and Human DevelopmentDecember 5, 2014
Pros: co-workers
Excellent opportunity for advancement.
Work hard and excel!
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Sports
Bus Driver (Current Employee), College Station, TXDecember 2, 2014
This was not a job. This was an organization of sports meant to keep one busy.
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nice school
Research Assistant (Current Employee), College Station, TXDecember 1, 2014
really enjoy the life there. I miss all the people and traditions!
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Information Security Officer (Former Employee), college Station, TxNovember 27, 2014
Very rewarding culture working with college cadets molding them into future Air Force Officers.
I worked with a very close cadre of 14 members on staff.
We mentored and taught more than 364 cadet student every year.
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Texas A&M University
Archaeological Technician\ (Former Employee), Salado, TXNovember 25, 2014
This institution operated efficiently and without any issues. The work environment was productive. I have nothing negative to write about this institution.
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Enjoyable workplace
Test writer (Former Employee), College Station, TXNovember 23, 2014
Pros: training your skill in mathematics
.wrote tests and keys for mathematics competition.
.learned extensively about time management.
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College Football Player
Assistant Football Coach (Former Employee), Commerce, TXNovember 18, 2014
Pros: learned a lot, got to spend a lot of time developing as a coach.
Cons: loong hours
I was a graduate assistant football coach.
I was responsible for the linebackers in all fashions.
I ran their study halls, checked their classes, went over film with them, ran their practices.
These were young men just a year or two younger than me.
It was a difficult situation at first because I had just played with a lot of these guys, but I earned their respect quickly.
There were a lot of hours involved, in watching film.
I was also the head of technology and film department.
I also had a boss I reported to several times per day and took care of all of his needs as the defensive coordinator.

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