As a full time student, I worked with the United Tribes Technical College as a Residential Assistant. I worked shift with a great team, among fellow students. My typical day at work was fun and interesting, learning new things daily. I have learned to work with students and other staff on a professional basis. I did work with other staff but with shift work I worked the nights with no supervision and did manage between 40-80 students, for safety and security along with getting to know each and every student. The hardest part of my job was when attempting to help students coping with being away from home and tutoring trying to keep the students motivated and to help them graduate. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people and creating new change for the better of students and staff.
Free meals, employee cook outs, and holiday events, student and staff parties.
healthcare, advancement was limited, pay was undesirable but it wasn't about the money.
Professor in Education (Current Employee) – Bismarck, ND – February 5, 2015
Keep up with current material. Learned a lot about different Native Tribes in the U.S. The management was good to work for. They were cooperative in areas letting me advance my education by sending me to professional workshops etc. My co-workers were willing to assist in the classrooms if I needed to be absent. The hardest part of the job was to try understanding why some students, that enrolled in college, didn't take advantage of the resources available to them. The most enjoyable part of the job was to see students graduate and continue their education at 4 year colleges, and to see success and excitement of the students taking part in the Science Fairs
support the managers and collegues give.
unsure of funding from year to year. not knowing if the college would be open or not.