Bryn Mawr Reviews

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Kim Cassidy
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    I loved Bryn Mawr but as a student employee there is a lot of work for not very much pay.

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    Former Employee - Laboratory Assistant  in  Bryn Mawr, PA
    Former Employee - Laboratory Assistant in Bryn Mawr, PA

    I worked at Bryn Mawr as an intern for more than a year


    I gained valuable research experience that helped me land post college jobs I wouldn't have gotten without a research background.


    A lot of work, not a lot of money in return. The college likes to pay with credit, which of course you pay for so you pay to be a slave for a year.

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    Allow students to opt out of taking supervised research as a class. I was forced to pay an extra $10k to work for free, very disgruntled at the end of the year.

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    Laboratory Assistant Interview

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    I applied through college or university - interviewed at Bryn Mawr.

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    Just contact a professor and tell them you are interested. They will gauge whether or not you are a good fit based on your classroom experience.

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Headquarters Bryn Mawr, PA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1885
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

These Mawrters aren't sacrificing anything, especially when it comes to their education. Bryn Mawr is a college for women, often referred to as Mawrters, who hail from all over the world. Its undergraduate programs, including biology, English, math, political science, and psychology, enroll more than 1,300. Bryn Mawr also offers degrees through its co-educational Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, which enrolls some 425 students. The college pools resources with Haverford to offer arts courses. Founded in 1885, Bryn... More

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