CCBP Students Recognized at Student Employee Event
- April 25th, 2014
- in News
By Sirui Shao
CCBP Student Assistant
Four of the Center for Community-Based Partnerships’ most outstanding student employees were among 54 students recognized on April 15 at the Student Employee of the Year awards luncheon at the North Zone in Bryant-Denny Stadium.
The awards recognize students who best represent the contributions and achievements of students who performing services with enthusiasm and dedication while balancing work with academics.
CCBP’s student employees recognized were Adam Bonertz, a freshman majoring in nursing from Fort Collins, Colo.; Ashley Loftis, a freshman in psychology from Marion, N.C.; Tera Johnson, a freshman in biology from Waynesboro, Miss.; and Antwon Key, a senior in advertising from Birmingham.
“Once again CCBP was well represented in this important event,” said Dr. Edward Mullins, one of the CCBP directors. “These four students play key roles in CCBP’s many successful projects. Congratulations to them.”
Each year UA employs over 4,000 students, offering students quality employment and professional development experience while providing faculty and staff with needed assistance in numerous areas, including office and administrative support, customer service, sales and marketing, hospitality, program and event planning, library support, research, web design, technical support and more.
The overall winner was Tyler Williams in the Department of Health Promotion & Wellness.