Normally we'd prep chemicals for lab use, wash glassware we used, and general lab maintenance. We "lived" in the labs so any visitors that needed to find something (including professors and TA's) would come to us. General knowledge of chemistry was reinforced. Management was fantastic, The lab director is hands down the best boss I've ever had- always available, doesn't micromanage and very supportive of her team. Hours were flexible and worked with students schedule. The job isn't difficult, does take some basic knowledge of chemistry but procedures are laid out
Student Body President (Former Employee) – Galveston, TX – August 9, 2018
• Worked with administration to identify and address student issues and concerns. • Acquired funds and managed student government budget. helped fund other traditions such as beach bonfire and yell practice
The campus is going although the faculty and staff salaries stay stagnant. There is no career ladder for some positions and you sometimes have years without a raise. All raised are merit based unless the system does a unity raise...
I very much enjoyed working as a teaching assistant. I loved my students and had a great time teaching them. Couldn't have asked for a better supervisor. I was intending to be a teaching assistant my whole graduate school time, but it unfortunately became too much for me to keep up with grading while trying to finish my own projects.
Making money while attending school, waived out of state tuition, great people
Counselor (Current Employee) – Galveston, TX – February 10, 2017
The day starts with the kids arriving and playing a few games to get there brains working. Since I went to school for marine biology this job keep me in tact with all that i have learned and i learn new things every day.