Diverse and Productive Learning Enviroment
Student Senate (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – June 24, 2015
During my academic years at Utica College, I became very involved in campus life. I not only played four years for the Utica College Football team, starting for two years, but joined an all male organization called BOND, an performing arts organization called Open Moments, pledge a fraternity called Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc, and further went on to become treasurer of the Inter-Greek Council and then later IGC president, making me a essential component of the Student Senate executive board.
During this time I also held a job at the Edith Barret Art Gallery within the school, tutored several students, and gave barbering services on the side as, I am also a licensed barber in the state of Maryland.
My involvement made me well-respected by my peers, faculty, ad administration and often asked for advice from other campus organizations and faculty on campus innovation projects. The hardest part of the job, as you may imagine was time-management, but I overcame this challenge with careful planning and advice from my superiors allowing me to graduate with a 2.97 cumulative GPA and only three semester under a 3.0.