Student Employment Awareness Week
As part of Student Employment Awareness Week--April 7-13, 2013--the Center partners with local employers to recognize students for their contributions as student employees. Below you will find a list of students who have been identified by their supervisors for their outstanding work along with what their supervisors had to say about them.
Student Employees of the Year
Andrew Cruez, Kelley School of Business - Tech Ops
Jessica Engel, Fairfield Inn Bloomington
Recognized Student Employees
Several students from a group called "CLEAR" again, Flowers & Interiors, Inc.
We posted a job on the IU career opportunity website for drivers for Valentines Day delivery. We were contacted by two students from the group (above) who brought students from the same group. All were clean cut, poised and very responsible. It was a pleasure to have them work here and I would love to have them back when needed. Thanks!
Liz Fuerman, Wells Library- Government Information, Maps, & Mic
Liz came to work for us this past fall. She has proven to be one of our best hires this year. Liz works well independently. She works efficiently and effectively. Delivering high quality service is obviously valuable to her. Liz takes on additional responsibilities as needed. She responds quickly to new challenges. Requiring no start-up time, she performs tasks in an efficient and organized manner. Liz is personable, easy to work with, and respected by our staff. She goes beyond the call of duty, and has been a valuable addition to our department.
Matthew Kosekela, Computer Science Graduate Studies Office
Matt started with the Computer Science Graduate Studies Office in August 2012 and has provided exceptional support to our staff. His level of accuracy and attention to detail are exceptional. Matt is a valuable addition to our office!
TEAM Renaissance Rentals, Renaissance Rentals
Kaitlynne Silvers, Cale Larrison, Trey Weeks, Nicolette Kurtz, and Ceara Brown ... you all do a phenomenal job !!!
Malissa Renno, Wells Library ET2 Government Information
During her first year, Malissa barcoded more items and routed more carts than any of our other student employees. She adapts to changes in schedule and work assignments. She volunteers to substitute for other students whenever she can. Malissa is always cheerful and dependable. She copes effectively with pressures and tensions. She displays an ability to turn weaknesses into strengths. She gets along well with everyone. She works well with little or no supervision, and is completely dependable. Malissa has been a great addition to our department.
TEAM Technology Operations, Kelley School of Business – Technology Operations
Michael Buckman, Andrew Cruez, Joseph Cruez, Frank Granger, Kris Hook, Garron Quimby, Wil Reuter, Joel Sauer, and Katie Suerth ... thanks for all your hard work and dedication!