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As a student instructor, benefits were limited.
I received adequate job training and knew I could always reach out to my supervisor with any additional questions
The best thing is they have more than enough job training opportunities and friendly environment, but the training for PhD students aiming for industry career is not sufficient.
It was normal benefit . . . . . .
it was very organized for the job training with safety training
I worked as a part-time teaching assistant. There are no insurance benefits for graduate students. Professional growth opportunities are well.
The student assistant I was going to replace, since she was graduating, showed me how to do all the tasks.
There are lots of leadership training opportunities available. More than I have seen with any other organization.
Training varies from department to department. For my position a lot of it was learning from experience.
As a student assistant at Texas Tech University, you get exposure to difficult problems and are tasked with solving them. This helps develop your skill and efficiency on various topics.