Production Supervisor- First Cook (Current Employee) – Owings Mills, MD 21117 – November 11, 2018
I love campus service at Stevenson University with Sodexo. I am interested in advancing my experience in food service. I want to pursue a better salary for my experience and skills in food service/campus service.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Owings Mills, MD – July 17, 2018
There has never been a place that has treated me in such a harsh and belligerent manner. I have been spied on and followed around like a criminal. talked about behind my back and then apologized too about it. lied too and even mentally defeated by this university till I had to just give up.
Game Day Worker (Current Employee) – Owings Mills, MD – June 12, 2018
Being a student athlete at Stevenson University and working with the game day staff allowed you to work with other students who were not athletes and meet new people within the university that you may have never met before.
Technology Assistant (Former Employee) – Stevenson university – May 27, 2018
This kept me in Ramen while I was getting my bachelor's. Pretty simple position, mostly fixing printers and explaining to your less-tech-savvy peers how to connect to wifi and run a virus scan. Get a job with Stevenson IT early in your career there, it's not many hours and there's downtime that works as homework time.
great pay with consistent raises the longer you're there, Admins help you learn what you might not already know.
I loved working in residents life. The best experience ever. I loved my staff, I loved the leadership aspect of the job and I loved the trust the residents, resident assistants and the other RA's had in me to do my job accordingly. I would recommend this job to anyone who wants to gain leadership experience while in undergraduate school.
Stevenson is currently facing challenges with a decrees in enrollment after investing an abundance of financial resources into expansion campus wide. The moral has decreased across the board and opportunities for advancement are far and few between. The University is under the leadership of a new President and everyone is hoping for changes in the coming years but we realize it is going to take some time.
Program Assistant, Project Lead the Way (Former Employee) – Owings Mills, MD – April 5, 2018
Was mainly an administrative position, was great but also required patience as well. Was very easygoing, and the people were great to work with. Preparation will be the hardest part of the job, and every little detail must be taken into account.
Between being a student and employee, balance is key. Also, the learning opportunity is immensely high. Though some situations may be more intense than other, the overall opportunity to learn is more beneficial to those that can handle these situations.
I learned how to manage conflict, how to work alongside the majority culture at Stevenson and how to have a balance with work, school and my life.
Like many jobs you will have to work there to experience it for yourself. I recommend asking hard questions in the interview. You are interviewing the hiring manager to see if the job fits you, not the other way around.
I enjoy working at Stevenson because as a student of the university, the job provides me with good pay and a relaxed work environment. In working with other students, I have learned how to operate well in a team but also on my own time.
Work-Study at this school was great because it allowed me to attend class, have free time, and work a convenient schedule. Any full-time students looking to attend this school should apply for work-study.