Our January featured student employee is Eleni Jackson, a sophomore majoring in computer science. She is a lead peer consultant in the School of Science Pre-Professional & Career Preparation (PREPs) office. Her supervisor, Allie Medellin, selected Eleni because of her amount of personal and professional growth in a short period of time. The purpose of the PREPs office is to serve and to support students, and Allie believes Eleni goes above and beyond in her efforts to accomplish this. Want to learn more about what Eleni does in her role? Visit our website to learn more about her position and what she does for the PREPs office. Congratulations to Eleni for being the first of our 2020 #FeaturedJags!
Our December featured student employee is Molly Grimm, a junior majoring in philanthropic studies. She is a student services assistant in the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Pamela Clark, her supervisor, selected Molly because she has taken on a lot of responsibilities, has a great attitude, and works hard. Clark sees Molly as a leader in the way that she inspires other student employees in their office. Curious about what else Molly does in her role? Visit our website to learn more about Molly's position and what she does for the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Congratulations to Molly for being one of our 2019 #FeaturedJags!
Our November featured student employee is Scott Imel, a junior majoring in marketing, supply chain management, and international studies. He is the communications and project specialist intern in the Fairbanks School of Public Health. His supervisor, Amelia Hurt, selected him because he is a thoughtful employee and works hard to promote their programs and to inspire public health students to expand their personal and professional development. Want to learn more about Scott's impact? Please go to our website to learn more about his role and what he does for the Fairbanks School of Public Health. Congratulations to Scott for being one of our #FeaturedJags of 2019!
Our October featured student employee is Andin Setka, a senior majoring in exercise science on a pre-professional track to physical therapy. He is an academic mentor for Structural Kinesiology in the Bepko Learning Center. His supervisor, Jennifer Gleissner, describes him as reliable, caring, and possessing strong empathy for fellow students. Want to learn more about Andin and his impact on the students he serves? Check out our website for more information. Congratulations, Andin, for being one of OSE's #FeaturedJags in 2019!
Our March featured student employee is Esmeralda Martinez, a sophomore here at IUPUI. Esmeralda is currently majoring in nursing, and she is working as a front desk student worker for the Multicultural Center. She has been recognized by her supervisor, Karina Garduno, for being so welcoming and having a positive demeanor. Interested in Esmeralda’s work and all that her position entails? Go to our website to learn more about Esmeralda’s job and how you can apply for a position in that department. Congratulations, Esmeralda, on being one of the #FeaturedJags of 2019!