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  • I loved being an ITS assistant when I attended Ripon College.

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    Former Employee - IT Student Assistant in Ripon, WI
    Former Employee - IT Student Assistant in Ripon, WI

    I worked at Ripon College part-time (More than a year)

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    You have the ability to choose your hours, gain customer support experience while working on students' computers (and campus computers), and gain experience if you have to pack and unpack leased computers. You may also get to work with Mat (and the other staff members). This has the potential to be the most rewarding campus job in terms of environment and pay.


    Tasks may seem repetitive. You may have slow days. Paper cuts may occur. Mat may not be in the office. You may have to pack and unpack leased equipment.

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    When possible, give the student assistants the opportunity to work on college computers, printers, etc. I used my previous experience as examples in job interviews.

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Great Colleges to Work For, The Chronicle of Higher Education and ModernThink LLC, 2009

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Headquarters Ripon, WI
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1851
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Ripon College is a private institution that offers undergraduate degrees in the liberal arts and sciences. It has more than 30 different majors and nearly 40 minor fields of study. The college, which guarantees on-campus housing for students for four years, enrolls approximately 1,000 undergraduates annually and employs more than 75 faculty members. Ripon College was founded in 1851 as a college preparatory school and converted to a four-year college in 1863. It boasts famous alumni such as Al Jarreau, Harrison Ford, and Spencer Tracy.

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