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University of Cincinnati Interim President Santa Jeremy Ono
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    Current Employee - Student Worker in Cincinnati, OH
    Current Employee - Student Worker in Cincinnati, OH
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    Pros

    Most people are nice, pay is more than minimum wage, get valuable experience working on large scale projects

    Cons

    Petty office politics, sometimes there wasn't enough work and got rather boring

    Advice to Management

    Don't get your interns caught up in office politics and gossip


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    It was a very easy process and I received support from the office secretary/ Human resources contact. Meeting the school director was casual and friendly. The interview process was about 30-40 minutes, which allowed enough time to discuss previous work experiences.

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Website www.uc.edu
Headquarters Cincinnati, OH
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1819
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Oh say can you see... your academic future at UC? The University of Cincinnati (UC) is a research institution offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional education from its seven campuses in Ohio. The university enrolls some 41,000 students and has more than a dozen colleges. Academic offerings include business, law, medicine, applied science, pharmacy, and music and offers about 70 doctoral programs and roughly 240 other degree programs. The institution has a student-teacher ratio of 15:1. UC was founded in 1819 and became a state university in 1977; the school has ... More

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