Comfortable Environment and High Quality Mental Health Care
Counseling Intern (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – October 28, 2017
The College of St. Rose Counseling Center provides top-notch, short term mental health care to full-time students. Professional staff, as well as doctoral-level and masters-level student interns, take every care to ensure that students needs are met and that students receive the best possible care. When students needs are beyond the capabilities of the counseling center, the staff ensure that the students receive a smooth referral to a local community resource.
Head Baseball Coach (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – March 28, 2017
Increasing debt of school made it impossible for advancement in salary and a negative work environment each day. Management was agenda driven to secure their own needs, instead of building a culture where each coach felt they were doing enough for their kids.
Janitor and Cleaner (Former Employee) – EAC building – September 4, 2016
I was awarded employee of the year on after my first year, know with over 4000 students and staff we'll liked but ready to leave cant handle shoveling acres of snow great place to work, staff are willing to help and friendly. time off is great with holidays also. pay is okay thou
Clinical Intern (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – July 10, 2014
We would meet with clients and I personally held a caseloads up to 7 during a twenty hour work week. I experienced clients with many different clinical displays and created personalized treatment plans for each. I conducted screenings as well as intakes. I wrote clinical assessments and SOAP notes. I created flyers and participated in college outreach events. I also created and facilitated a successful knitting and crochet group for stress and anxiety relief. My coworkers were very informative and a pleasure to work with. I only wish they had open positions available because I know I would have been working there still!
Financial Aid Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – June 3, 2014
I would receive tasks as I finished them. Tasks could include scanning various documents, filing documents, mail drop off and pick up, or folding letters. More unusual tasks include putting folders in boxes and checking student enrollment status using software programs.
work study position - limited by government and institutional regulations