Students at Georgia Tech are so much more than people studying for a degree or career. Many of them create programs, services and designs for us to use throughout our lives through their research and interest in co-curricular activities. Many of them too are student employees.
With almost as many student employees as full-time staff working in its nine departments, Campus Services began Fall Semester 2014 recognizing its student employees who perform above and beyond the normal employee by awarding Student Employee Spotlights.
The Spotlight recipients are nominated by their supervisor who answers the question, “why do you think your student is a superior Campus Services student employee?”
Spotlight recipients receive a Campus Services Spotlight Certificate, a goodie bag of Campus Services items, including a T-shirt and other Georgia Tech spirit items, and receive recognition on the Campus Services website and Facebook pages. The Spotlight recipient’s name is also placed on the Campus Services Student Employee Spotlight plaque. The plaque is housed in the Student Center so that visitors can see the Campus Services Student Employee Spotlights.
Any supervisor of a Campus Services student employee may nominate his/her student at any time during the Semester by sending an email to Melissa Moore.
Campus Services selected three Student Spotlights for Fall Semester 2017. Let us introduce you to one of the Student Spotlights, Erin Rodenroth, an employee in our Human Resources (HR) department.
Nyssa Owen, Campus Recreation Facilities Coordinator, nominated Tyler Jenkins for Campus Services Student Spotlight.Here’s what she said, "Since the fall of 2014, Tyler has been instrumental in the cultivation of a culture of respect, diversity, and service excellence among the Facilities Department within Campus Recreation."
“If I wrote a book about all that Jenny Kim has done for Campus Services since she joined our team, it would not begin to describe everything nor how she has changed and improved Campus Services,” said Melissa Moore, Director of Communications & Public Relations for Georgia tech Campus Services.
Kristaps Berzinch is a Wreck Techs team member who has gone to extraordinary lengths to provide excellent customer service. For this service and much more, he was awarded the Campus Services Student Employee Spotlight for Spring Semester 2018.
Four student employees received recognition as Spring Semester 2018 Campus Services Employee Spotlights. Evan Knox is one of those students.