Great place to work if you want to make a difference in student's lives.
Operations Coordinator (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – November 29, 2016
The best part of working at CU Boulder is watching student transform from frightened freshman to graduating seniors and graduate students. Lives are being impacted in positive ways that will make a difference in their future. Being part of that is a special position.
Great TA position and colleagues but poor continuity
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – November 25, 2016
This good TA position but it is definitely one of the more rigorous ones available. Large class size and number of assignments complicates the logistics of running the class. To be brief i set up and run multiple labs during the week, interacted with students, held office hours, graded materials, entered grades, and uploaded grades to the school's secure sever.
Great co-workers flexible hours
poor continuity between semesters due to old TAs leaving and new ones coming in
Work in call center with patient or provider interactions
Patient Access Rep Cancer Pavilion (Current Employee) – Aurora, CO – October 18, 2016
Work in the Cancer Pavilion scheduling patients for MRI, CT, labs or doctor appointments. Request records as needed including pathology samples. Enter referrals and work with our authorization departments to request authorization as needed.
Facility support Assistant (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – October 9, 2016
somewhat an ok place to work as a student worker, they are really flexible with student worker, i will recommend it to any student worker. but not great for a full time employee because of less pay but great benefit.
IT Technical Systems Analyst - Lead (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – September 30, 2016
I worked for 16 years in the Help Desk and was treated like a child the manager micro managed would not allow for advancement and as soon as I went for my Masters she was threatened by my achievements.
Business School at UCD serves best with respect to Masters in Information Systems
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – September 16, 2016
Business School of UCD has specializations for the MSIS program and being into Business Intelligence specialization it offered me great experience in terms of knowledge, handson experinece on various BI tools which are in demand.
Education with respect to multimedia (online classes)
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 8, 2016
By far the most professional job that I could ever have. The professors treat you with dignity and respect and have super high expectations of you, which you should also have for yourself and its most definitely gives you a great learning curve. It pushes you to pursue something that you want to do, puts you in connections with great professors and gives you the opportunity to get to know them on a personal level. You get to struggle-bus it with other students who know your pain and struggles and you have the greatest bond with them and since theyre also doing research they're overachievers just like you and its great while you all nerd out about the same things.
Police Officer (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – September 4, 2016
Cu Police In Aurora has a backwards leadership around, the upper management is run by incompetent vindictive administrators. You will be treated badly and laid off without any real notice. Low pay and terrible benefits. If you work here start looking and go to a real police department not a wanna be police department like CU Police in Aurora.
Dental student (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – August 25, 2016
The school gave me the opportunity of becoming a ISP student in 2014. During two years' stay in Aurora, I have all the support from my faculty members, classmates and staff members, which make me a knowledgeable and well prepared dental graduate for the U.S. market.