The Community Service Learning Center and Laker Leadership Programs would like to announce and welcome aboard our 2014-2015 Leadership and Service Intern Team. This group of talented individuals will be an integral part of leadership and service initiatives that occur throughout the year!
Our interns are equipped to provide the campus community with presentations, workshops, or general information about leadership and service to your class, group, or student organization. Contact Laura Murnen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Kellie Howe is a junior studying Public and Non-Profit Administration with minors in Writing and Business. In the future, she hopes to work with non-profits that benefits children. Kellie is also involved in Residence Housing Association and the International House. In her free time, Kellie loves being outdoors and playing all kinds of sports including water polo, snowboarding, waterskiing, and wakeboarding.
Albert is the first member of his family who attends a university in the United States. His major is in Religious Studies and minor in Philosophy. As a Leadership and Service intern, he uses his passion for working together to accomplish challenging tasks and duties. He play musical instruments at his church worship band and enjoys getting involved in the community.
Kelsey is a sophomore majoring in Finance and Accounting, with a minor in Non-Profit Administration. After graduation, she hopes to go into non-profit financial management and is very excited to take part in this Leadership and Service Internship. On campus, Kelsey is a member of the Honors College, Future Alumni Association, Net Impact, and Campus Lion's Club. In her free time she enjoys baking, reading, and spending time with her cats.
Esther is from Sterling Heights, Michigan and graduated from Adlai E. Stevenson High School. She is a senior who majors in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Women and Leadership. She hopes to get a Master's in Student Affairs/Higher Education. Some fun facts about Esther are that she likes to box, loves to give back to the community, and her life goal is to spread women empowerment!
Danielle Tanner is a junior at GVSU. She is currently studying pre-medicine and international relations with the determination of joining Doctors Without Borders. Typically you can find her playing piano, painting, cooking, reading, or camping and hiking. She is also so excited to begin her internship with such lovely people in the Office of Student Life!