Responsible to attend each class lecture, and type out organized class lectures for a student(s) to study from. Had to listen and remain attentive to the class discussion and what the professor was teaching. I attended two classes per week, gathering study notes, and send them to the councillors office by friday morning. �Key skills obtained: Punctuality, Fast-typing, Attention span and listening skills.
Vice President Marketing Enactus (Former Employee) – Lennoxville, QC – 4 January 2017
Working as a VP Marketing for Enactus Bishops was and is a great experience.
- Connecting with people via social media - Creating and Designing Posters - Promoting Events for Enactus - Participating in competition ( regional / provincial / international) for Enactus : I get to learn so many interesting stuff and build networks.
Notetaker (Former Employee) – Sherbrooke, QC – 12 May 2016
I would have to take notes in class and send in notes at the end of the week. I was also a tutor for one of the psychology classes and had flexible working hours. My employers were very nice and always happy to help me if I had any questions.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Sherbrooke, QC – 7 March 2016
- data entry and data analysis - great people to work with - great learning environment - learnt own to present research articles - something work was repetitive - felt like all work was important for final result
It is a part time student job at university, I get paid minimum salary and I am not allowed to work over 10 hours per week. I am a teacher's assistant for an economic class and I tutor all different kinds of classes.
Student patrol and event security (Former Employee) – Lennoxville, QC – 13 July 2013
usually I worked at midnight and end at 4 in the morning, my job was student portal or event security which charges Bishops' students' safety when they were in party or met some issues. The important things I learned are responsibility, emotional control, situation analysis and solving problem. The most cases I met were students drunk and fight, but in 6 month working, I and my partners have never written a report because I and my partners always found and solved issues in advance, and our co-workers help and kindness. The Bishops students respect my job and treat us friendly, so I knew a lot of people and we become friends. These are my most enjoyable part. The hardest part is communication with drunk people, the uncertainty what they will do is risky for me and my partners.