November 2011 Seniors
Major: Bachelor of Fine Arts for Theatrical Production with an emphasis in Sound Technology & Design
Started working for CC&ES: May 2010
Job Title: Production Technician
Skills you've learned while working at CC&ES: "How to work well under pressure and staying positive."
Best part about working for CC&ES: "I get to apply my education in a professional setting, while still having fun and getting to work with clients from many different backgrounds."
One crazy fact about Sean: "I designed and managed a project that built a floating dock for biology classes to perform tests from."
Major: Integrated Marketing Communications with a Minor in Speech Communication
Started working for CC&ES: January 2010
Job Title: Event & Marketing Coordinator
Skills you've learned while working at CC&ES: "I've learned to work with all different types of people, to problem-solve and stay calm under pressure, to be flexible and the importance of teamwork!"
Best part about working for CC&ES: "The people. There is always so much positive and productive energy in the office that I thrive off of and keeps me coming back smiling day, after day, after day!"
One crazy fact about Kit: "I have the smallest hands of any adult I know!"
Major: Double major in Music & Philosophy
Started working for CC&ES: Summer 2009
Job Title: Campus Center & Operations Manager (CCOM)
Skills you've learned while working at CC&ES: "I have learned a lot of things working at CC&ES, but probably the most important skill I have learned is how to effectively give customers the 'pickle.' This isn't as weird as it sounds, trust me. Giving a customer the 'pickle' is just giving them exactly what they need, and then some more. The 'pickle' is what makes a customer come back to CC&ES!"
Best part about working for CC&ES: "The best part is giving people the aforementioned 'pickle.' Usually the 'pickle' is talking to prospective students or their parents about Ithaca College, or just being friendly and personable to everyone you meet. It's nice to have people walk away from CC&ES feeling confident that they got good information and feeling happy that it was given to them in an amiable manner."
One crazy fact about Nate: "I've been to Sau Paulo, Brazil!"