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Diverse University Setting
Student Ambassador (Former Employee), Reno, NVNovember 15, 2012
Pros: diverse staff, fun atmosphere, leadership advancement potential
Cons: time committment
I was only a student volunteer for this position. Yet, this organization derailed stereotypes of student-led organizations. The leadership structure was primarily comprised of paid staff, yet there were also student directors who did their absolute best to ensure the positive quality of life and enjoyment of experiences for all involved. One of the – more... best "Pros" that I can put for this organization is that not only is it diverse and anyone can join, but there is potential for leadership advancement which is vital for any college student.

Somethings we would do were:
Give tours to prospective students, field trip groups, and have fun tours for charity

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Not bad for grad school
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee), Reno, NVApril 11, 2012
Pros: combine school and a paycheck
Cons: minimum wage looks generous, with the amount of time you put in
The stipend I receive is minimal and not great, but I think it all depends on the lab that you are in. Graduate research is challenging and frustrating, but in the end you get a little bit of money and hopefully an advance degree.