Teacher's Assistant (Former Employee), Pullman, WA – May 16, 2013
Pros: good pay
Cons: nothing to do
I learned a lot here but doesn't compare to having many people from different backgrounds and experiences. I found myself going everyday without any excitement because everyday was the same. Friendly people but needed more stimulation.
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee), Pullman, WA – April 25, 2013
Doing a PhD at WSU was a great opportunity which brought a lot of experience for me. Working with my adviser on my research as well as working with undergraduate students as a TA provided a fun and challenging environment during the past 4 years.
Marketing, Promotions Coordinator (Former Employee), Pullman, WA – January 16, 2013
My experiences in various positions in Washington State Athletics have offered me many leadership opportunities and have allowed for the privilege of working with Washington State University alumni, recruits, coaches and current student-athletes on a daily basis. .
Student (Former Employee), pullman Wa – August 21, 2012
Pros: great school
I can not give a higher praise or give it loud enough to Washington State University and there Distance Degree Program . With out their help ,trust and undieing support I would never have compleated my degree program and recived my BA . Thay are the school to go to if you have any kind of disability as thay will work with you and support you though – more... the whole process . WSu is the school I stand up for give my highest recomendation to . – less
coaching (Current Employee), queenstown – September 27, 2012
Cons: rediclous pay
The students are lazy but try to make the most of coaching practices. transportation is horrible because it puts me in an incompetent light to management due to if the are no drivers then i can not go to work, traveling distance and salary can not afford me. i have learnt to sacrifice due to incompetenc of transportation. coaching and doing my job is – more... the most enjoyable part of the job. – less