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Around seven. This included teaching and taking classes.

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My job was to teach and no politics.

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Does the job provides benefits ( health insurance, paid vacations, etc.)

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None since it was only part time and was an on-campus job

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I had no set hours so it didn't matter.

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Maybe about a week or two. First the professor has to list the job on the SECE website for our school. Then you have to apply. Then it takes about a week to process.

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The culture is very good and community oriented. The work environment of RCUH is relaxed at times but can be fast paced when a lot of task/projects need to be completed.

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My professor recommended me to call the tutor supervisor to schedule and interview as a math tutor. When calling the next day, it turned into a 15 minute interview where I got approved for a sit down meeting with the head math professor to see my eligibility. When meeting with the professor, I was then given a test consisting of 5 questions to see my abilities at answering questions. After getting them right, I was given the task of explaining how to solve a specific math problem.

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They didnt provide any bennifits

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Tuition too high, budget cuts take away classes needed to graduate

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