recent change in leadership resulted in recent decline in morale
Director of Campus Ministry (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – July 2, 2018
strong mission; devoted staff and faculty; diverse student body. employees tend to stay employed at St. Kate's a long time. There's a great sense of collegiality. Everyone works together for the good of the students.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – St. Paul, MN – January 12, 2018
Managed art transactions with guest purchases. Greet & assist visitors Facilitated art exhibits Record messages Answered calls & schedule appointments Maintained & organize space Managed artwork(s) Transferred calls Fax paperwork Close & open building/classrooms Assist & directed visitors
Fun and vibrant environment with great opportunities to work with a variety of professionals and members of the community.
Collaborative Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – January 3, 2017
This opportunity provided me the opportunity to work with a variety of professionals and individuals of the community, complete research, and aid in the creation of a screening for the Special Olympics athletes.
Has a wide variety of professional and personal opportunities.
Lifeguard (Current Employee) – St. Paul, MN – February 8, 2016
Life guarding at St. Kate's is a simple job through the work study program. I work and average of 4 shifts a week for an average of 10-12 hours a week. Most of the shifts I cover are in the mornings when the university has scheduled lap swim which is open to the campus and the community.
Department of Public Safety, Student Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – December 16, 2015
I am a second year majoring in Business Administration, Marketing and Management with a minor in Sales. A typical day at the Department of Public Safety is documenting and prioritizing calls for the officers that secure the campus catering to the students, faculty/staff, guests, and community in the neighborhood.
Student Ambassador (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – October 23, 2014
Labor intensive course load. I adored learning about systemic androcentrism and patriarchy within our current society. Unfortunately, it is also flourishing on campus. Chose assignments wisely and do not clash with any teachers ego or you will pay the price with your GPA.
free lunches, campus activites and other opportunities
Hefty homework load & divided student body (academics v. super rich)
Manager of Student Accounts (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – July 1, 2014
Working with the students was a very rewarding experience. It was very rewarding when you were able to keep a student enrolled in the college who had financial difficulties. It was a fine balance setting up a payment plan that both satisfied the student and the university's needs. I learned how to streamline the accounts receivable department and reduce the collection rate significantly by putting strict policies and procedures in place. The most enjoyable part of my job was that I had a wonderful team to work with. They were just as dedicated as I was to educating young women and fulfulling their dream of getting a college education.
Online Graduate Writing Consultant & Tutor (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – June 20, 2014
Working for St. Catherine as a Graduate Writing Consultant and Tutor was an amazing opportunity. My job was to assist graduate students with their writing needs online in a chat room format. Students would schedule with me for 1 hour sessions 5 days per week including Saturday and Sunday. Because many graduate students tend to have very busy schedules, the flexibility offered to them was one of the biggest benefits or working with me online. Furthermore, I loved the freedom to work independently, and from home, during times I knew I would be of most value to students. Most often, I'd assist students with their graduate thesis work, which I found to be both fulfilling and educational. I would have loved to continue with St. Catherine but was unable due to graduation.