Being a student lab assistant takes team work!
The student lab assistant provides a helpful service to the lab user while gaining valuable real-life work experience which utlimately enhances their technological as well as communication skills. Comments below are from previous Student Lab Assistants.
"The flexibility given to me in my schedule so that I never had a conflict with any class is a great thing." --Nick Newman
"The most important thing you will be doing is helping people get stuff done; making them feel comfortable with the machines and building their confidence." --Quinn Gilcrease
"I enjoyed the interaction with students and being able to show them how to use the machines and software to accomplish their objectives." --Eric Lester
Must be taking at least 10 credits at Pierce College to apply.
Monday, June 16, and Tuesday, June 17, C272, Computer Lab (Puyallup Campus)
Wednesday, June 18 and Thurs, June 19, O301 Computer Center (Ft Steilacoom Campus)
All applicants are required to attend 10 minutes during one Orientation Session, complete an application as well as participate in a multi-layered interview process in order to be considered for a position.
Lab Assistant positions will be filled based on the following criteria, listed in order of importance.
Chosen applicants will attend four days of intensive training in preparation for Fall Quarter 2013.
Paid Training involves presentations, a lecture series, movies, and hands-on instruction. Job shadowing will take place during July to mid-August. Tentative training days are:
Please fill out and submit this form to apply to become a student lab assistant! (Accepting applications until June 19, 2014.)
Bold denotes required fields.
College Center 272 (Main Lab)
College Center 270
College Center 274
Arts and Allied Health 132
(Student Multimedia Center)
C272A: Forrest Nameniuk
C272B: Laura Richardson
AAH132a: Amber Gilliland