October 2011 Seniors
Major: Bachelor of Fine Arts for Theatrical Production Tech/Design with an emphasis on Lighting Design & Electrics
Started working for CC&ES: November 2009
Job Title: Production Technician
Skills you've learned while working at CC&ES: Working with clients and event planners to provide a stunning lighting scheme for the events run through the department."
Best part about working for CC&ES: "Building a portfolio of event based lighting designs to help get a foot in the real world as well as working with a spectacular staff of well rounded individuals."
One crazy fact about K: "I get overly excited about design projects and start speaking my language which very few people have been able to translate."
Major: Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Started working for CC&ES: Fall 2009
Job Title: Campus Center Operations Manager (CCOM)
Skills you've learned while working at CC&ES: "Teamwork leadership, cooperation, patience and responsibility."
Best part about working for CC&ES: "Learning new facts about the campus everyday and working with the amazing full-time and part-time staff we have!"
One crazy fact about Theresa: "It's not really crazy, but I LOVE being outdoors and hanging out in the sun....I REALLLLLLYYYY dislike the cold weather."
Major: Communications Management & Design with a Business Administration Minor
Started working for CC&ES: January 2010
Job Title: Events and Marketing Coordinator
Skills you've learned while working at CC&ES: "I've definitely gotten a significant amount of practice solving problems under pressure and working with all kinds of people, and I've also become well versed in event planning and management! The evolution of our role has taught me important lessons in responsibility, leadership and teamwork!"
Best part about working for CC&ES: "The people of course! Over the past (almost) 2 years I've worked with some of the most fun and interesting people."
One crazy fact about Briana: "My grandpa and grandma both went to Ithaca College in the late 40s. They actually met at a dance somewhere in downtown Ithaca!"