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Masters of Science Family Nurse Practitioner
Student Family Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTMarch 19, 2014
Pros: small classes with plenty of knowledgeable instuctors
Cons: cost
Master of Science, Family Nurse Practitioner Program, GPA 3.9
Masters thesis project on energy drink consumption among adolescents and young adults: health effects and implications for practice.
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Clinical Experience (Former Employee), salt lake city, utMarch 7, 2014
Pros: 18 month fnp program
Cons: expensive tuition
Fantastic FNP program.
18 months RN to MSN.
Good clinical rotations.
Good teachers.
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Great place to work
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UTJanuary 26, 2014
Pros: supportive
Cons: low pay
I loved being an Adjunct there.
I'd highly recommend it!
The people are great!
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Work study position at Westminster College.
Paid Research Assistant (Current Employee), New Wilmington, PAJanuary 26, 2014
This position was offered to me from a pervious professor. I was to assist her with campus wide research by creating a survey using online software and then analyze the results. Though I have gained some knowledge and skills from it, it could have been a more collaborative and enriching experience than it was. I wanted to learn even more from the opportunity, – more... but I was very grateful that my professor asked me to aid her with her research. – less
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Fascinating, Respectful, Learn a Lot Doing What You Love
Research Assistant (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTSeptember 17, 2013
I truly miss this job--I had to give it up when I graduated and lost my student status. The department was flexible, friendly, and ever helpful. They would get to know you as a person and become acquainted with your strengths and weaknesses and assign you work accordingly. They often handed me projects I felt may be above my level, but when I succeeded – more... time and time again I realized that had been their goal in assigning it. I learned much about my aspirations, skills, and how to interact with and teach a variety of people in various, dynamic ways. – less
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Clinical Supervisor of Student Teachers
Supervisor of Student Teachers (Current Employee), Fulton, MOAugust 22, 2013
Pros: classy college.
Cons: nothing.
This school is one of the best kept secrets in MO. I am so impressed with the quality of education that the students get and the professionalism of the professors. All but one of my student teachers have found jobs in the area of certification. My co-workers have been most helpful answering any questions and giving me anything that I have needed over – more... the past few semesters. Even though I serve as an adjunct, I am NEVER treated as a second class citizen. – less
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Not a good place to work
Assistant Professor of Business (Former Employee), New Wilmington, PaAugust 21, 2013
Cons: no faculty development, support funds, ethics, or direction. poor resources for academic research. no future for young faculty.
Management is poor at best, unethical, and misguided. No clear strategic direction, strategic plan, or strategic mission. Teaching students are not the priority for faculty and administration. Faculty is a mismash of friends of the dean, political appointments, and nepotism.
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A very interesting experience
LGBT Intership (Former Employee), Fulton, MOAugust 16, 2013
Mostly I was finding articles online and ordering them for my supervisor. The articles had to be sorted out by relevance to the topic of the research, so this internship included a lot of reading. However I think that this experience majorly improved my science research and study article writing and understanding skills.
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Public Relations Chair (Former Employee), New Wilmington, PAJuly 26, 2013
Created marketing materials for college as well as helped other organizations market themselves.
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Work Study
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), New Wilmington, PAJuly 19, 2013
People are nice. Great way to make money during the school year.
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Student friendly workplace.
Lifeguard (Former Employee), Fulton, MOJune 24, 2013
Pros: lots of free time to work on homework.
Cons: unstable hours and scheduling.
Observe and regulate guidelines of the pool. As well as protect and inform all swimmers.
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Flexible and comfortable work environment
Junior Phonathon Caller (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UTMay 10, 2013
Typical day of work includes: organizing call sheets and call notes, making phones calls to alumni to update records, inform them of school events, and request donations to the school. Management is excellent and very understanding of our needs as students and is very willing to work one on one to help us solve an job-related issues we encounter.
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Can be a fun work environment depending on department/manager.
Campus Patrol Officer (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTApril 8, 2013
They have great benefits and the campus environment is awesome but depending where you are in the college things can be a bit hostile.
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Stimulating and Productive
Work Study (Current Employee), New Wilmington, PAMarch 14, 2013
My typical work day involves assisting the faculty members with various activities such as finding references, scanning important documents, analyzing data, constructing spreadsheets or other documents, and working department extra-curricular meetings. The most enjoyable part of my job is being part of an academically stimulating environment. I enjoy – more... conversing with the professors and seeing their passion for their subjects. – less
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Great place to work
Database Administrator (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTMarch 12, 2013
Westminster is a amazing college, the leadership cares about the student, faculty and staff alike.
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Productive
Circulation Assistant (Current Employee), Fulton, MOOctober 18, 2012
Supervisor is one of the best employeers I have ever had. She is caring and hard-working. Always there to help. We have a flexible schedule, so one can work when they have no classes. My co-workers are also my friends. We maintain a friendy environment.
The job is easy, only sometimes one has to rerange and cary a lot of books around the library.
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Great place to work.
Adjunct Faculty (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTSeptember 14, 2012
Pros: a college atmosphere is a great place to work.
Cons: grading fairly
I was only offered part time work (4 hours of teaching a class + about 4 hours of preparation per week). For this I received $1000 per month. That is quite generous, but is not enough for me to live on.

I taught Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 4 PM. I did my preparation in addition to this.

I learned how to do a better job of teaching a ground school.

Management – more... for me was just one supervisor. He was really great to work for. I had one other co-worker who did the same as me except he was full time teaching more classes and maintaining a simulator. Nice guy and a pleasure to work with.

The hardest part for me was to grade the students. I had been used to just giving a pass or fail in my former teaching at the airlines.

The best part of the job was to work directly with the young people in my class and share ideas with them. – less
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As apart of my College Scholarship
Weight Room Supervisor (Former Employee), Fulton, MoAugust 14, 2012
Pros: time to work and complete class assignments
• inventory management to ensure safety through machine upkeep, usage volumes, and customer preference for proper inventory mix
• customer care to ensure safety along with individual development and repeat business as well as referrals
• management of staffing requirements and balancing with individual needs for maximum employee satisfaction
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Great place to work if looking to get a masters.
Assistant Director of Admissions (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UTJune 19, 2012
Pros: discounted tuition, retirement
Cons: compensation, lack of rewards, little advancement and training
You will work hard, but learn valuable skills to propel you into a future career. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with college students as they grow and turn into educated adults.
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Fun jobs that had diversity
Music Library Aide (Former Employee), New Wilmington, PAMay 15, 2012
Pros: great people to work with
Cons: was only able to work 8 hours per week
A typical work day at the Westminster College Music Library was to check in and out music items (ie. scores, cds, records, and reserved items). I learned how to work with others on projects and help patrons finding items that they needed. My manager handed out tasks when she was there to help keep the Library clean. My co-workers were friendly and I – more... helped train new students on the proceedures. The hardest part of the job was balencing out multiple patrons when I was the only person in the Library. The most enjoyable part was when all of the aides would get together and play games on each other (ie. Where's Waldo). – less