Union College (New York) Reviews

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    Flexible hours made it easy to tailor around schedule and kept it low pressure the whole time. Nice to be able to get school work done


    Not much responsibility made the hours go long. No real guidance so we had to figure out most things on our own.

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    We were asked to do things for other work study areas sometimes which put us in tight spots. Hard to say no to overhead figures but not what we signed up for

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    House Coordinator Interview

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    I applied in-person. The process took 3 daysinterviewed at Union College (New York) in March 2010.


    There was a quick application, an essay for why the applicant wanted the position, and what he or she could bring to it. This was followed by a one on one interview, which was basically a chat about what values the applicant wanted to see in the Minerva system. Overall, a simple and rewarding process.

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Website www.union.edu
Headquarters Schenectady, NY
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1795
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

Union College brings liberal arts and engineering together. Union College is a private liberal arts school that offers courses in the humanities, the social sciences, the sciences, and engineering. Notable alumni include the father of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the grandfather of Winston Churchill, and former US president Chester A. Arthur (class of 1848). Founded in 1795 with a class of 16, the college is supported by an endowment of more than $270 million.

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