Student Assistant to Visual Arts (Former Employee) – Fullerton, CA – February 13, 2019
Jobs were super low hours and absolute minimum wage, but easy for a student to get and convenient to work around your class schedule. Great for getting some experience and a bit of office experience and money while still in school.
Student Worker (Former Employee) – Fullerton, CA – September 9, 2018
As a student I learned to manage my time to do well academically while working part-time on campus. As an undergraduate researcher I had the opportunity to apply the techniques I learned in the classroom into real situations.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Fullerton, CA – July 19, 2018
Composing correspondence, creating folders and meeting materials for supervisor's day. Mail distribution, answering phones, entering data and updating spreadsheets, photocopying, scanning. Troubleshooting copiers. Hardest part of the job was ensuring supplies would delivered on time. Best part of the job was composing and proofreading correspondence and planning department events.
Try to network or else your degree will not help you get a job.
Computer Engineering Student (Former Employee) – 800 N State College blvd, Fullerton, CA 92831 – June 22, 2018
Average school with average students, nothing too special. The only thin missing from CSUF is a department that facilitates networking between graduating students and working alumni. Getting a job on your own is slow and becomes much easier with connections. I never learned this at CSUF, and CSUF made little to no attempts during my time there.
Solar Panel Research Intern (Former Employee) – Fullerton, CA 92831 – June 20, 2018
I interned at Cal State Fullerton because it was required by my school to do an unpaid internship. Over the course of the experience, I learned to communicate, think critically, and apply myself fully to the work that I was doing. Overall I think that Cal State Fullerton is a great place to work if you enjoy being challenged.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry (Former Employee) – Fullerton, CA – February 12, 2018
Left because of disagreements with management. Published job retention/advancement protocols not adhered to. Discriminatory: I was denied job advancement whereas a clearly unqualified female was promoted. Appearance matters more than actual productivity. Money matters more than effective undergraduate education.
Great co-workers, but upper administration not supportive
Part-time ESL Instructor at Cal State University (Former Employee) – Fullerton, CA – November 24, 2017
The coworkers were culturally-aware and academically relevant. However, because the upper administration was not supportive, the department downsized dramatically and lost a lot of instructors that way.