Student Researcher (Current Employee) – College Station, TX – August 10, 2016
I've learned so much here and met so many great people. I definitely recommend working in lab for at least one year while attending A&M. It's a wonderful way to gain experience in your field and to narrow down what kind of research you enjoy.
Assistant Sales and Event Planner (Former Employee) – Commerce, TX – December 24, 2015
Was able to be around the sports world everyday while at work. Whether it be working a softball game or live streaming a basketball tournament. Co-workers were always fun to work with and management was always respectable. Hardest part of this job was leaving.
Lax work hours, good instruction, needed better comuters
Undergraduate Researcher (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – October 25, 2015
Each person is assigned a graduate student to work under. Mine was very patient and helpful. The benefits were great with free housing and food and travel pay. I would recommend this to a new undergraduate. If you have done research before, you might be bored.
Mailroom clerk/ store clerk (Former Employee) – Galveston – September 1, 2015
Worked in mail room and store. Enjoyed meeting all the interesting people with this job going to all departments of the school. Helping students on a daily basis is heartwarming. Also enjoyed the employees.
It was a college job I worked and patrolled the dorm halls and helped residents at the front desk with issues concerning their class, rooms, or etc. It was a good working environment I worked with other college students my age and other departments of the school in different incidents.
Full Time Student (Current Employee) – Commerce, TX – June 5, 2015
This is a great place for me to earn an education. There are so many lively people and numerous opportunities for me to learn new things and get involved. This university has provided me with the necessary opportunities to add value to my skill set and have a great experience.
Senior Secretary (Former Employee) – College Station,TX – April 30, 2015
I took the job of Senior Secretary to get my foot in the door at TAMU. The job was easy for me, although there were a few stressful times. Overtime was required for specific events, like Muster and Commencement.
good people to work with
immediate supervisor felt that reviews could never be perfect
management, staff, and students were mostly pleasant and helpful. some of my co workers would sometimes involve theirselves in student drama. But i learned how to flip an omelet in air and that was fun
they were starting to do away with alot of benefits
Great work environment, but little advancement opportunity
Academic Advisor II (Former Employee) – College Station, Tx – July 6, 2014
Working with students and coworkers was an absolute delight. The work itself was fulfilling and enjoyable; however, frustration arose knowing there was little chance of title change and salary increase.
cashier (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 12, 2014
It was a great experience to work with a bunch of energetic and motivated peoples in a fast pace every most busy morning. I learnt there how to decide what should be done first to satisfy customers and what should be done later in order to satisfy the majority of customer or students.