Assistant Coach (Former Employee), Middletown, CT – March 22, 2015
Pros: access to school facilities, certain classes paid for
It was a really great introduction to coaching. Learned a lot about recruiting and running a college team on a day to day basis. Other coaches were fantastic to work with. Very enjoyable to see the results of your teams hard work and discipline. Laid back atmosphere. Fun environment. Low pay.
Manager for the Memorial Chapel and 92 Theater (Former Employee), Middletown, CT – October 2, 2014
Pros: great faculty and students
Cons: bad senior managers
It was wonderful to work directly with Faculty and Students in helping them realize their visions in music, dance and theater. Every day was a different project for production, and keeping the spaces in good working order was always a challenge.
Great environment to learn and work with fellow colleagues
Graduate Assistant Football Coach (Current Employee), Middletown, CT – January 28, 2014
Pros: management and fellow workers
Wesleyan university is an amazing work place where I have learned invaluable knowledge in the field of coaching. In addition I am in the process of obtaining my Master's degree from one of the top institutions in the country. Wesleyan has opened doors in the path of my career choice that many schools would not be able to.
Visiting Instructor in Korean (Former Employee), Middletown, CT – April 1, 2013
It was a fun and exciting place to teach Korean to college students. My courses were offered three hours a week as an elective course. Most students were heritage learners, but some non-Korean students took the courses. It was hard for me to recruit students in the beginning of the semesters because Korean language was not one of major courses that students had to take. However, I enjoyed teaching Korean to Wesleyan students in every semester. My classes were always full of active students' engaging, researching and presentations.