Each month the Campus Center and Event Services office highlights seniors in our office who are making a difference. These outstanding student leaders play a critical role in the functioning of our office--offering outstanding customer service, event knowledge, technical skills and just plain fun.
Major: Cinema and Photography
Job Title: Audio-Visual Production Technician
Skills you’ve learned while working at CC&ES: From how to work with a client, to running a full concert sound and lighting rig, I have learned more than I could have ever imagined possible working for CCES.
Best part about working for CC&ES: The best things about working for CCES are the incredible fellow staff members I work alongside of every day and the fact that I have found the career path I want to pursue in event production design and have had the opportunity to hone my skills in that arena through my work with CCES.
One crazy fact about you: I'm red green colorblind.
Major: Communications Management and Design
Minor: Business Administration
Job Title: Lead Event and Marketing Coordinator
Skills you’ve learned while working at CC&ES: There are so many skills I have learned over the course of my time working at CC&ES, but the ones that stands out the most is how to manage a team of 16 other students as well as manage my time to the best of my ability juggling school work as well as planning and working events. My professional skills have improved tremendously over the past 4 years that I have been working for CC&ES. This position has definitely shaped me into the type of worker that I want to become in the real world.
Best part about working for CC&ES: Working alongside with the talented students that work for CC&ES. It has been so fun to see my peers excel in their areas of expertise.
One crazy fact about you: I love the stress that comes with planning events because it all becomes worth it at the end when an event is well planned and executed and clients are happy with your service.