I have been working at Middle Tennessee State University part-time (Less than a year)
You can do homework if there's no work to do. Other staff are nice, and very flexible hours. Supervisors are okay with you putting school first.
One of the things we need to do is complete at least the first stage of group of quizzes/assignments. Then there are two more stages that you can complete that are optional, but offer a higher pay. There was supposed to be a packet with a folder, which was needed to submit the assignments--and was needed to DO the assignments. No one got this. The quizzes were set up poorly, the questions were bad, and a lot of the quizzes never reported grades, and were duplicates. Whoever was in charge of this was really hard to get ahold of. She never answered her phone, she ignored emails, and you had to harass her to get any sort of response. She even ignored my supervisor, who tried to contact her about how none of his workers could complete the first level (which you needed to continue working). Eventually, most of us got past level one--and some of us bothered her enough to make it to level two. But that was ridiculous
Advice to Management
Don't tell us we have to complete something, and then not give us the means to do that, let alone submit it. Apparently things were too busy to be bothered to fix anything, or respond to students' questions about what to do about the issues. That should not have persisted for an entire semester.To my knowledge, it still hasn't been fixed
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Middle Tennessee State University.
Application submitted in Spring semester. No interview conducted. Selected based on application details. Selection results were out in one month. Considered prior experience in United States Navy and math tutoring.
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