Residential Technology Assistant (Former Employee) – Pullman, WA – May 24, 2016
Being a Residential Technology Assistant is a very fun and rewarding job for any student at Washington State University. By providing tech support for your building's residents, you are a key part of the building's community and will be a valuable resource for students. Fun and rewarding work, and the coworkers and work environment are fantastic.
Lead Communication Rep. (Current Employee) – Pullman, WA – April 26, 2016
This job allows for continual growth. There is always opportunities for advancement. The staff and faculty work well together and they are always willing to compromise. This job has the best management team and has clear chain of command. The hardest part of my job is policies and procedures we can not change because they are federally mandated but the best part is customers and staff being understanding.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Pullman, WA – March 15, 2016
I learned a lot including skills in numerical simulation and techniques in test performing, in both geotechnical and transportation engineering. Colleagues are willing to have meetings for designing experiments and working out the details. We also have workshops for sharing knowledge in all projects.
The hardest part is designing new experiments, but it is also the most enjoyable part of this job. We discuss and explore to achieve the goals, sometimes we also design new device and modified the devices we have.
Substitute Teacher K-12 (Current Employee) – Vancouver, WA – February 20, 2016
i learned from the school is that there's rules when a student brakes the rules we call home and sometimes when they really brake the rules we expelled them and they get a referal the student with the most referals they get explled and we transfer them to another school sometimes we move a student that is bad in class to another class we do school secpencation
Metro PCS Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Pullman, WA – May 23, 2016
I didn't enjoy working there as much because it was more for people trying to become librarians or clerks. I would be in charge of checking books out to patrons, shelving books, circulating all the books, and organizing projects within the unit.
GA/College Coach for the CSF Scholars program (Current Employee) – Pullman, WA – January 5, 2016
As a graduate assistant, my job revolves around supporting students academically. I work with a team that has goals that are situated around ensuring both a student's well being and their success. We work collaboratively to address any issues students may have and institute programming that can work to alleviate these issues. It is most rewarding when our efforts pay off when a student succeeds in their endeavors, but especially when they graduate. The hardest part is making sure there is a work-life balance being maintained along with the heartbreak of seeing students burn out during their educational journey.
Language Tutor (Current Employee) – Pullman, WA – March 15, 2016
Relaxed management system that understands that student employees are primarily focused on schooling. Very friendly staff that often gather outside of work! I loved being able to help other students with their homework and understand new languages.
Machine Shop Assistant (Former Employee) – Pullman, WA – January 6, 2016
As a machine shop assistant and manager I was in charge of around 25 students. I taught them how to weld, how to use milling machines, how to lathe, as well as instructed them on how to use a variety of other equipment in the shop. Also I ran the shop on the weekends for the various engineering clubs. This allowed me to help develop and complete projects for a variety of engineering clubs on campus. My main job was to manage the shop, keep everyone safe, and help anyone with any problem they encountered while working in my machine shop. The hardest part of my job was teaching students that did not want to listen. I overcame this obstacle by showing them examples, demonstrating for them, as well as watching them work and give them as much advice as I could. The best part of my job was being able to teach other students about machining, seeing these students progress, and just being able to work in a machine shop.
Student Intern (Current Employee) – Pullman, WA – October 26, 2015
Here a typical day at work its met with hours in the classroom and hours at work. Great place to be an intern. Hardest part is balancing class hours and work hours. Best part is the interaction with all the people.
Graduate Student/Teacher's Assistance (Former Employee) – Pullman, WA – August 26, 2015
I worked as a Teachers Assistant at Washington State University for the two years that I was a Graduate Student there. I worked with students, teacher, professors, and administrators to ensure the highest level of academic standard were withheld within our prestigious institution
Physics Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Pullman, WA – July 1, 2015
I spent one year as a physics ph.D graduate student at Washington State University. Teaching physics was part of the life of a graduate student. When you are the teacher, it becomes critical you understand the core concepts at the most intimate level. I also learned a great deal of laboratory safety and usage of instruments, which I passed down to my students.