Student employees of the year
Friday, April 9, 2010
Rose Weinzetl was named the St. Cloud State University Student Employee of the Year. She was recognized for her work as a community advisor in Shoemaker Hall.
Rose Weinzetl was named the St. Cloud State University Student Employee of the Year, Wednesday, April 7. She was recognized for her work as a community advisor in Shoemaker Hall.
Weinzetl is a sophomore majoring in nursing. She was nominated by T.K. Krueger and Joseph Lasley from the Department of Residential Life.
She was among twenty student employees nominated by their supervisors at St. Cloud State. Students were nominated for their reliability, quality of work, initiative, professionalism and uniqueness of contribution.
The first runner up was Kristi Brannick, of Zimmerman, Minn., for her work with Catholic Charities/La Cruz Community Center. The general biology major was nominated by Jennifer Walker.
Lee Zutz, of Red Lake Falls, Minn., was the second runner up. The management major was nominated by Troy Schafer for her work at Student Health Services.
The third runner up was Stacie Boex, of Green Bay, Wis., and was nominated by Joe Meierhofer. She is majoring in psychology. Boex is the student supervisor and staff scheduler at the National Hockey Center.
To be eligible students must be an undergraduate student employed on or off campus or a graduate student who is currently on the student payroll performing a student employee job or employed, and employed for a minimum of three months full-time or six months part-time between June 1, 2009 and May 31, 2010 (anticipated).
Pictures of all nominees are on display in the Miller Center lobby through April 15, and then will be on display in the Atwood Memorial Center on the campus of St. Cloud State.
The Student Employee of the Year Program is a national program designed to individually recognize students who have made outstanding contributions to the campus and community through their employment and is sponsored in partnership with the St. Cloud State Career Services Office, the Student Employment Services Office, and the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.
With a student body of nearly 18,000 students from more than 80 nations, St. Cloud State University is Minnesota's second-largest university. Located about an hour northwest of Minneapolis, St. Cloud State has evolved into a comprehensive university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees with more than 200 majors, minors and pre-professional programs in business, education, fine arts, humanities, science and engineering, and social sciences.
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