I worked at University of Alaska Fairbanks part-time
It is a great place to work. We gain experience dealing with a big group of students. And, our theoretical and practical knowledge will improve. Plus, the school pays our tuition fee.
Not many cons if we have good knowledge on electrical engineering courses.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at University of Alaska Fairbanks (Fairbanks, AK) in July 2015.
Very laid back, most of the interview was explaining the processes behind the shots on my demo reel.
The entire department was there, we just sat by my future supervisor's desk and walked through work I've done for my past jobs. They brought up looming projects they needed me to attend to, I honestly explained how I would tackle the problems- which parts I was confident I could complete, and which parts I did not have a lot of experience with yet. I ended up completing the work to their satisfaction, but being honest about my skills and limitations I didn't lie or create false expectations :)
Although 'fake it til you make it' always has its place.
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