Student Employment

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Working for Campus Recreation is more than just a job, it is an opportunity to grow and learn valuable career-ready skills. Our positions will teach you about time management, communication, work ethic and many more soft skills sought after your future employer. Join our 130 student staff and help the A&M-Commerce community stay active!

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Rec Center: Student Employment: Benefits

BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH CAMPUS REC

  • Flexible hours around your academics, athletics or campus involvement.
  • Get paid to connect, educate and inspire others to lifelong activity and wellbeing.
  • Represent Campus Rec with an awesome dri-tech work shirt.
  • Promotion, development and/or cross-training opportunities.
  • Paid training and ongoing evaluation.
  • Employee awards and on-going employee recognition.
  • Staff will develop:
    • Career-ready job skills that employers are seeking such as teamwork, communication (oral/written), professionalism/work ethic and critical thinking/problem solving.
    • Awareness of your personal strengths and opportunities for growth within a work setting.
    • Greater confidence in job-related skills.
    • An ability to assume more complex responsibilities in the future.
    • An increased ability to communicate with others.
    • An increased ability to understand group dynamics and work in teams to complete tasks.
    • An increased understanding of cultural differences and the ability to work with diverse communities.

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Campus Recreation: Student Employment: Hiring Information

How to apply to work with us

Applications are open from October 28 – November 7 for spring employment.

  1. View open positions and submit your application on Handshake.
  2. Upload your resume and any other documents required by the position.
  3. Answer three questions as part of an external application.
    1. Do not exit the tab that opens in Handshake.
    2. After completion, please return to Handshake and click “YES” to the question that asks, “Did you finish your application?”.
    3. Once you answer yes, you will see the words, “Application Submitted” and the process will be complete.
    4. Failure to fully complete both the Handshake application and the position external application will result in an incomplete application.
  • Applicants are eligible to apply for as many positions as they like, however they can only be offered and work in one position to start.
  • We do not review applicants until after the application close date. It takes a few days to review all applicants before you will hear back from someone. All applicants are contacted via their myLEO email concerning the status of their applications throughout the process.
  • Application time frames are typically in November for Spring, April for Summer, and August for Fall.

Once hired

If hired, you must complete the following:

  • In-person pre-hire form: 15 minutes.
  • In-person onboarding at Human Resources: 30 minutes.
  • Mandatory department new hire training: 2 hours.
  • Mandatory area new hire orientation and training: 5-10 hours.
  • CPR/AED/First Aid certification course: 4 hours online and 4 hours in person.
  • You’ll need hard copies of identification documents from the List of Acceptable Documents.
  • If you are an international student, please refer to the International Student & Scholarship Services Employment page for more information.
  • You can work up to 19 hours per week between all A&M-Commerce on-campus jobs during the fall/spring semesters. During the summer you can work up to 39 hours per week whether in classes or not in classes.

Pro Tips

  • We highly recommend visiting Career Development for help with your resume as well as interviewing skills.
  • When you search on Handshake, make sure to click “On Campus”.
  • You can search directly for Campus Recreation positions or the position you are interested in.

Work Study

  • All Campus Rec positions are work-study eligible.
  • Work Study is a need-based aid program that allows you to work and earn money to apply for educational expenses. To be eligible, you first must submit a FAFSA form and meet the May preferential filing date each year. To be eligible, you must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours.
  • Work Study and student hourly are treated equally in the hiring process.
  • We recommend that all applicants inquire about their Work Study status prior to applying for a position.
  • Please apply for the work-study positions on Handshake
  • Learn more on the Financial Aid website

Note: The university is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Note: Any job offer from the university is contingent upon (1) proof of United States citizenship or citizenship eligibility or authorization to work in the U.S. on a full-time basis; and (3) a completed and signed non-disclosure statement authorizing the university to conduct a criminal history background check.

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Campus Recreation Student Employment: Positions

Positions

Graphic Designer

Summary of Responsibilities:

This position is employed to imagine, create and distribute any form of marketing/advertising needed for the department’s events/programs/building notices/etc.

Program Area: Marketing

Supervision: Associate Director of Programs and Staff Development and Graduate Assistant of Marketing

Starting Hourly Pay Rate: $9.50

Hours/Week: 12-18

Level: Entry

Primary Duties:

  • Design various print and digital marketing using Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign, and Canva.
  • Print, cut, laminate, and distribute/deliver posters and signage for departmental needs.
  • Assist in developing and implementing marketing strategies and initiatives for Campus Recreation programs, facilities, services, and business operations.
  • Meet project deadlines so that events are properly advertised.
  • Collaborate with others in the marketing program to complete assigned tasks on time.
  • Maintain graphic standards of the University and the Department of Campus Recreation.
  • Organize multiple projects at a time.
  • Utilize MAC computers to perform job duties.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications for Consideration:

  • Demonstrated understanding, experience, and skills in Adobe InDesign and Illustrator.
  • Understand design principles such as hierarchy, typography, colors, and layout.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Prior work experience or academic concentration in marketing, graphic design, advertising, or public relations.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities (KSA):

  • Understand branding guidelines and principles.
  • Possess excellent writing and communication skills.
  • Ability to task switch and complete projects in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Good organization and computer skills.

Group Fitness Instructor

Summary of Responsibilities:

The Certified Group Fitness Instructor position is for students interested in gaining knowledge in fitness and wellness through group fitness classes and instruction. This is a great position to gather hands-on experience by providing participants with guidance in physical activity and healthy lifestyle habits. Furthermore, students will engage, educate and empower members on fitness and wellbeing.

Program Area: Fitness and Wellbeing

Supervision: Coordinator of Fitness and Wellbeing, and Graduate Assistant of Fitness and Wellbeing

Hourly pay rate without certification: $9/hour, go through a certification training course, then you pay for and take the ACE Group Fitness Instructor Exam at end of the course.

Hourly pay rate certification: $11.50/hour

Hours/Week: 4-8

Level: Entry

Primary Duties:

  • Responsible for instructing and leading group fitness classes in a safe and engaging environment.
  • Educate and maintain proper technique for fitness participants.
  • Promote knowledge of proper group fitness components, i.e. warm-up, aerobic exercise, flexibility, cool down, etc.
  • Create a welcoming and inclusive environment.
  • Support and motivate group fitness participants.
  • Offer a variety of exercise modifications to accommodate all fitness levels.
  • Monitor access to group fitness classes.
  • Assist participants in swiping into class.
  • Participate in Continuing Education Credits (CEC’s or CEU’s).
  • Attend the in-house onboarding classes, shadow shifts and mentorship program.
  • Attend staff in service and meetings.
  • Perform other duties assigned.

Minimum Qualifications for Consideration:

  • Must possess nationally recognized group fitness instructor certification or specialty group fitness certification (condition of employment or hire).
    • Condition of employment – must obtain certification within the following semester and maintain it through employment.
    • ACE, NCCA, Zumba, Yoga, NETA, SCW.
  • Working knowledge of human anatomy, kinesiology, and training principles.
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs or more as required by job duties.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Previous experience instructing a group fitness class.

Certifications:

  • Obtaining more fitness certifications will result in a higher hourly pay rate due to the nature of training and knowledge.
  • Two certifications – $12.00.
  • Three or more certifications – $12.50.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities (KSA):

  • Working knowledge of human anatomy, kinesiology, and training principles.
  • Possess excellent customer service skills and is able to work well with others.
  • Ability to instruct multiple formats or multiple specialty group fitness certifications.
  • Knowledge of group fitness teaching strategies and the incorporation of music, tempo, cueing technique, and rhythm.
  • Choreograph and music skills.

Intramural Sports Official

Summary of Responsibilities:

Intramural Sports Officials are responsible for officiating all intramural sports events. Student officials must ensure the safety of participants while they uphold the integrity of the game. Officials will use decision-making skills when making calls and conflict management skills to handle confrontations. In addition, officials are held to a higher standard when they are participating in our program.

Program Area: Intramural and Club Sports

Supervision: Coordinator and Graduate Assistant of Sport Programs

Starting Hourly Pay Rate: $9

Hours/Week: 8-12

Level: Entry

Primary Duties:

  • Attend sport training clinics and meetings.
  • Officiate all sports offered by Intramural Sports.
  • Provide pre-game and post-game assistance for the set-up of Intramural sports.
  • Examine the facility for safety hazards.
  • Enforce rules and policies as judiciously as possible.
  • Oversee the Intramural contest and ensure participation takes place in a safe manner.
  • Complete the necessary forms.
  • Storing any equipment at the conclusion of the day’s/night’s activities.
  • Maintain outdoor recreation facilities.
  • Assist in signing in of Intramural teams when needed.
  • Assign teams sportsmanship ratings concluding each contest.
  • Complete any duties as assigned by the Intramural Supervisor, GA or Assistant Director.

Minimum Qualification for Consideration:

  • Must be able to work evenings, Sunday-Thursday from 4 -11 p.m., and occasional weekends.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Participation in Intramural Sports and/or sports.
  • Prior or current officiating experience.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA):

  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Strong decision-making skills.
  • Conflict management skills.
  • Willingness to learn and receptive to feedback.
  • Knowledge of sports rules.
  • Willingness to work hard.

Lifeguard

Summary of Responsibilities:

The lifeguard position is employed to monitor and ensure the safety of patrons in the Great Outroars facility’s pool, spa, basketball courts, and outdoor seating areas.

Supervision: Assistant Director of Facility Operations and Aquatics

Starting Pay rate: $10/hour

Hours/Week: 12-18

Level: Entry

Primary Duties:

  • Enforce all Great Outroars, Campus Recreation, and university policies and procedures.
  • Maintain facility cleanliness and safety.
  • Activate facility Emergency Action Plan (EAP) when necessary and provide appropriate care.
  • Perform American Red Cross lifeguarding life-saving rescues.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications for Consideration:

  • Current American Red Cross Lifeguard or Shallow Water Lifeguard certification (Condition of employment and hire).
    • Condition of hire – must obtain certification before working the first shift. Must attend and pass offered certification course once hired.
    • Condition of employment – must maintain current LG certification.
  • Ability to swim 100m utilizing either front crawl or breaststroke.
  • Must be able to perform American Red Cross lifeguarding life-saving rescues successfully.

Marketing Assistant

Summary of Responsibilities:

This position is employed to distribute any form of marketing/advertising needed for the department’s events/programs/building notices/etc. It is responsible for general marketing and communication projects, in addition to a specialization in one of the following areas: copywriting and social media, design, photography/video editing and web content management.

Program Area: Marketing

Supervision: Associate Director of Programs and Staff Development and Graduate Assistant of Marketing

Starting Pay Rate: $8

Hours/Week: 8-12

Level: Entry

Primary Duties:

  • Print, cut, laminate, distribute/deliver posters and signage for departmental needs as directed.
  • Utilize best practices, trends, and popularities within the social media realm – design, functionality, and users.
  • Promote Campus Recreation at informational tables, events, and gatherings.
  • Assist in developing and implementing marketing strategies and initiatives for Campus Recreation programs, facilities services, and business operations.
  • Work with Canva, InDesign, and Illustrator to design graphics for social media posts and campaign materials.
  • Follow social media guidelines when replying to comments, posts, messages, etc.
  • Assist in updating the website, University calendar content, department social media, facility information screens and bulletin boards, and The Roar radio station.
  • Meet project deadlines so that events are properly advertised.
  • Collaborate with others in the marketing program.
  • Utilize effective writing and communication skills throughout various marketing strategies.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications for Consideration:

  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape including working with various social media accounts, tools, and platforms.
  • Understand basic principles of journalism, public relations, advertising, and/or marketing.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated design software experience in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and/or Photoshop.
  • Work or academic course experience in marketing/advertising/public relations.
  • Experience working with MAC computers.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA):

  • Possess excellent writing and communication skills.
  • Ability to task switch to complete projects in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Understand trends and popularities within the social media realm – design, functionality, and users.

Outdoor Adventure Staff

Summary of Responsibilities:

Outdoor Adventure (OA) staff are responsible for the daily operations of the Outdoor Adventure Center, Climbing Wall and associated outdoor facilities. Staff also have the opportunity to work support staff shifts on the challenge course and trips program. OA staff aid in the supervision and administration of all program areas and must prove efficiency in computer applications necessary to position and programs. 

Program Area: Outdoor Adventure

Supervision: Assistant Director and Coordinator of Outdoor Adventure

Starting Hourly Pay Rate: $9

Hours/Week: 12-18

Level: Entry

Primary Duties:

  • Assist in climbing wall operation.
  • Assist in gear center operation including cash handling with point-of-sale software.
  • Assist in challenge course operation.
  • Assist in the maintenance of outdoor recreation facilities.
  • Enforce program area rules and policies.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications for Consideration:

  • Must be able to work weekends and some weekdays/nights.

Desired Qualifications:

Previous knowledge, experience, or certification in:

  • Climbing.
  • Challenge course operation.
  • Bike maintenance.
  • Wilderness medicine.
  • Trail maintenance.
  • Other applicable outdoor sports skills.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA):

  • Possess effective writing and communication skills.
  • Possess effective customer service skills and is able to work well with others.
  • Willing to maintain a clean and safe workout environment.
  • Willing to educate patrons on and enforce policies.
  • Understand proper emergency procedures.

Operations Assistant

Summary of Responsibilities:

This position is responsible for maintaining the cardio, track, and weight areas of the Morris Recreation Center; provide assistance with facility access, equipment checkout, and risk management at the Cain Sports Complex and The MAC. 

Program Area: Facility Operations

Supervision: Assistant Director of Facility Operations and Aquatics, and Graduate Assistant of Facility Operations

Starting Hourly Pay Rate: $8

Hours/Week: 8-12

Level: Entry

Primary Duties:

  • Enforce all Morris Recreation Center, Campus Recreation and university policies and procedures.
  • Maintain cleanliness of equipment and cardio, track, and weight areas.
  • Assist and inform patrons on the usage and technique of equipment and machines in the cardio, track, and weight areas.
  • Explain how to execute various exercise techniques and how to use various exercise equipment.
  • Assist patrons with spotting and using exercise equipment.
  • Maintain organization of weight room, track, and cardio area equipment.
  • Control access and equipment checkout at the Cain Sports Complex and The MAC.
  • Report equipment needs and maintenance repairs.
  • Assist with setup, facility needs, and reservations.
  • Log and track usage of fitness equipment.
  • Assist patrons with lockers.
  • Support facility supervisor.
  • Assist with patron counts.
  • Perform other duties assigned.

Minimum Qualifications for Consideration:

  • None.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Must be able to work evenings during the week and weekends.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA):

  • Enthusiasm to learn recreation and fitness principles.
  • Ability to work with others in a team-oriented structure.
  • Critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Upbeat and pleasant professional character.

Personal Trainer

Summary of Responsibilities:

The Certified Personal Training position is for students interested in gaining knowledge in fitness and wellness through individual and small-group instruction. This is a great position to gather hands-on experience by providing clientele with guidance in physical activity and healthy lifestyle habits. Furthermore, students will engage, educate and empower members on fitness and wellbeing.

Program Area: Fitness and Wellbeing

Supervision: Coordinator of Fitness and Wellbeing and Graduate Assistant of Fitness and Wellbeing

Hourly pay rate without certification: $9/hour, go through a certification training course, then you pay for and take the ACE Personal Trainer Exam at end of the course.

Hourly pay rate certification: $11.50/hour

Hours/Week: 8-10

Level: Entry

Primary Duties:

  • Consult with clients and provide an of baseline fitness assessment.
  • Schedule training sessions in advance.
  • Provide physical activity guidance during scheduled training sessions.
  • Educate clients on how to perform exercises and movements in a safe and effective manner.
  • Provide consistent communication with clients and generate feedback on client progress.
  • Give nutritional tips and information to clients as needed.
  • Provide one-hour exercise sessions with clients.
  • Generate personalized training programs based on client’s goals and needs.
  • Maintain all records, forms, and associated. paperwork within personal training for the Fitness and Wellbeing program.
  • Participate in Continuing Education Credits (CEC’s or CEU’s).
  • Attend the in-house onboarding classes and shadow shifts.
  • Attend staff in service and meetings.
  • You will have the available option to teach Group Fitness classes and/or Small Group Training sessions.
  • Perform other duties assigned.

Minimum Qualifications for Consideration:

  • Most possess NCCA-recognized personal training certification (Condition of employment or hire).
    • Condition of hire – must obtain certification before taking on clients.
    • Condition of employment – must maintain current PT Certification.
    • ACE, NSCA, ACSM, NASM.
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs or more as required by job duties.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Ability to instruct and program for individuals and small groups.
  • Previous experience personal training.

Certifications:

  • Obtaining more fitness certifications will result in a higher hourly pay rate due to the nature of training and knowledge.
  • Two certifications – $12.00.
  • Three or more certifications – $12.50.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA):

  • Working knowledge of human anatomy, kinesiology, and training principles.
  • Possess excellent customer service skills and is able to work well with others.
  • Ability to instruct multiple formats or multiple specialty group fitness certifications.
  • Knowledge of group fitness teaching strategies and the incorporation of music, tempo, cueing technique, and rhythm.
  • Choreograph and music skills.

Photographer

Summary of Responsibilities:

This position is responsible for photographing and videoing department programs, services and facilities as well as maintaining a consistent visual identity to represent, advertise and promote the department.

Program Area: Marketing

Supervision: Associate Director of Programs and Staff Development and Graduate Assistant of Marketing

Starting Hourly Pay Rate: $9.50

Hours/Week: 8-12

Level: Entry

Primary Duties:

  • Assist in developing and implementing marketing strategies and initiatives for Campus Recreation programs, facilities, services, and business operations.
  • Takes photos and videos of various departmental events which include evenings and weekends.
  • Effectively use DSLR, lighting, and audio production techniques and photography equipment operation.
  • Perform production functions involving lighting and audio recording.
  • Develop promotional videos and campaigns.
  • Responsible for sorting, organizing, and filing images and videos.
  • Utilize various video/photography delivery systems.
  • Assist the Associate Director in scheduling photo/video shoots to record various activities.
  • Meet project deadlines so that events are properly recorded and advertised.
  • Collaborate with others in the marketing program to complete assigned tasks on time.
  • Maintain graphic standards of the University and the Department of Campus Recreation.
  • Organize multiple projects at a time.
  • Utilize MAC computers to perform job duties.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications for Consideration:

  • Demonstrated understanding and skills in Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom (preferable) for editing photos.
  • Demonstrated understanding and skills in Adobe Premiere or After Effects for video.
  • Demonstrated understanding and skills using photography equipment.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Prior work experience or academic concentration in photography, videography, marketing, graphic design, advertising, or public relations.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA):

  • Able to work well with others.
  • Ability to task switch and complete projects in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Good organization and computer skills.

Safety Instructor

Summary of Responsibilities:

Safety Instructors are responsible for teaching American Red Cross (ARC) CPR/AED and First Aid training courses and ARC review courses, facilitating red shirt drills, and assisting with department safety training. 

Program Area: Facility Operations

Supervision: Associate Director

Hourly pay rate for training without certification: $9/hour

Hourly pay rate with certification: $11.50/hour

Hours/Week: 6-10

Primary Duties – Teaching ARC Courses:

  • Ensure the safety of all participants
  • Provide a safe, friendly, and inclusive learning environment
  • Prepare detailed lesson plans for each class and follow the prescribed American Red Cross curriculum
  • Be prepared by having equipment and classroom ready prior to class time
  • Conduct lessons according to American Red Cross guidelines and within the policies, procedures, and philosophy of Campus Recreation
  • Act as an ambassador of the Risk Management Committee and the department by being visible and friendly
  • Communicate effectively and efficiently with the Coordinator of Aquatics and Facility Operations other instructors and participants
  • Control on-site equipment inventory
  • Clean and disinfect all equipment after completion of the course
  • Complete all required records and submit them to the Assistant Director of Facility Operations and Aquatics within two days after class

Primary Duties – Facilitating Red Shirt Drills (RSDs)

  • Assist with creating a schedule for program area-specific RSDs.
  • Facilitate RSDs to include advance preparation, equipment set-up, delivery of RSD, staff development, documentation, and breakdown.
  • Clean and disinfect all equipment after completion.
  • Assist with creating new and creative RSDs specific to program areas.

Minimum Qualifications for Consideration:

  • Must have current American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED Certification or American Heart Association First Aid/CPR/AED Certification (condition of hire)
  • Must obtain American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor Certification within the first semester of employment, (condition of employment)

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA):

  • Possess excellent customer service skills and able to work well with others
  • Dedication to safety and helping others improve their skills

Water Safety Instructor

Summary of Responsibilities:

Water Safety Instructors are responsible for teaching adult swim lessons, children swim lessons, private swim lessons, swim clinics, and additional stroke refinement classes.  While on duty, Water Safety Instructors provide the highest quality of instruction.

Program Area: Aquatics

Supervision: Assistant Director, Aquatics & Facility Operations

Hourly pay rate for training without certification: $9/hour

Hourly pay rate with certification: $11.50/hour

Hours/Week: 610

Level: Entry

Primary Duties:

  • Ensure sufficient course space and materials prior to each class time.
  • Create a non-threatening environment that is conducive to achieving the learning objectives.
  • Conduct yourself in a professional manner at all times ensuring that you are representing the Department of Campus Recreation and the American Red Cross in a positive manner.
  • Keep accurate records of lesson attendance and status for all participants.
  • Thorough knowledge and application of swimming and water safety skills.
  • Thorough knowledge and application of teaching swimming and water safety skills.
  • Responsible for the proper instruction of all swim lesson classes.
  • Designs and implements appropriate classes for the swimming level being taught.
  • Maintain a safe and controlled environment; identify hazardous conditions and eliminate or minimize them.
  • Communicate regularly with participants and their parents, as appropriate, to ensure they are aware of progress and class information.
  • Participate in all required training and meetings, including monthly in-services, pre-semester training, monthly safety quizzes, and skill audits.

Minimum Qualifications for Considerations:

  • Must possess a current American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certification or attend the Water Safety Instructor course after employment (condition of employment).
  • Must be able to work Summer 1 and/or Summer 2.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA):

  • Ability to be observant, dependable, responsible, and organized.
  • Ability to handle situations with fairness and tact.
  • Possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.

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Student Staff Awards

Student Staff Awards

Every semester, we recognize our student workers for their work ethic, leadership, and dedication to Campus Recreation.

2021-2022

Fall 2021

TitleName
Group Fitness InstructorMakellyn Clark
Personal TrainerRebekah Boatright
Group Fitness InstructorAly Davis
MarketingZelal Durmus
Outdoor Adventure Level 1Moriah Leraas
Outdoor Adventure Level 2Chris Clark
Intramural OfficialEduardo Ramirez
Intramural SupervisorHogan Hall
Lifeguard Veronica Diaz
Operations AssistantChae Yn Byun
Member Services AssistantRachel Bleier
Operations SupervisorDevon Shankle

Spring 2022

TitleName
Group Fitness InstructorNyasha Wilson
Personal TrainerCole Burling
MarketingAbigail Killough
Outdoor Adventure Level 1Bryon Lowery
Outdoor Adventure Level 2Justin Bartley
Intramural OfficialJNate Tippett
Intramural SupervisorKevion Grissom 
Lifeguard Kaci Gilbreath
Operations AssistantStephanie Kim 
Member Services AssistantCarmen Munson
Operations SupervisorFatima Alonso
Robin SullivanCorrine Fitzsimmons
Customer ServiceDevon Shankle
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Christian Lopez
Emerging LeaderMakayla Teer

2020-2021

Fall 2020

TitleName
Personal TrainerWhitney Fuller
Group Fitness InstructorFrancoise Manishimwe
MarketingAutumn Mcgowan
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeJustin Bartley
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeJacob Campbell
Intramural OfficialPedro Cuevas
Intramural SupervisorCally Pausewang
Lifeguard Gwendolyn Bradway
Operations AssistantSara Fortner
Member Services AssistantDanyel Brewer
Operations SupervisorDevon Shankle

Spring 2021

TitleName
Personal TrainerAshley Tuppen
Group Fitness InstructorMakayla Teer
MarketingAlyssa Drasco
Outdoor Adventure Level 1Tanner Townsend
Outdoor Adventure Level 2Christina Lopez
Intramural OfficialPedro Cuevas 
Intramural SupervisorCally Pausewant
Lifeguard Madeline Plunkett
Operations AssistantCourtney Drew
Member Services AssistantCyraea Pierson
Operations SupervisorCorinne Fitzsimmons
Robin SullivanSophia Caro
Customer ServiceLatosha Gaffney
Emerging LeaderVeronica Diaz

2019-2020

Fall 2019

Corrine FitzsimmonsName
Fitness SpecialistFrancoise Manishimwe
Personal TrainerIvy Carr
Group Fitness InstructorAly Davis
MarketingAutumn Mcgowan
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeJordan Barnes
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeNick Arsenault
Intramural OfficialSophia Caro
Intramural SupervisorDrew McCullough
Lifeguard Challenger Love
Operations AssistantBrandon Dotson
Member Services AssistantKennedi Harris
Operations SupervisorTommy Miller

Spring 2020

TitleName
Fitness SpecialistEdboni Simpson
Personal TrainerIvy Carr
Group Fitness InstructorAly Davis
MarketingTony Roberson
Outdoor Adventure Level 1Shelby Hartley
Outdoor Adventure Level 2Libby Neuweiler
Intramural OfficialJonathan Reyes
Intramural SupervisorDrew McCullough
Lifeguard Corinne Fitzsimmons
Operations AssistantMuctarr Bangura
Member Services AssistantLatosha Gaffney
Operations SupervisorDhimant Sahi
Robin Sullivan AwardJordan Barnes

2018-2019

Fall 2018

TitleName
Fitness SpecialistKevin Williams
Personal TrainerWatson Melville
Group Fitness InstructorJackson Miller
MarketingNicole Glenn
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeKevin Roy
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeGus Lackey
Intramural OfficialPrincess Davis
Intramural SupervisorRoberto Lira
Lifeguard Challenger Love
Operations AssistantMaria Martinez
Member Services AssistantJoseph Cartier
Operations SupervisorKristen Burnett

Spring 2019

TitleName
Fitness SpecialistTyrell Lawson
Personal TrainerKiley Laminack
Group Fitness InstructorJackson Miller
MarketingNicole Glenn
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeGus Lackey
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeChris Bolton
Intramural OfficialPrincess Davis
Intramural SupervisorChandler Crane
Lifeguard Bryce Lester
Operations AssistantTommy Miller
Member Services AssistantDhruvin Soni
Operations SupervisorSarah Morris
Robin Sullivan AwardRyan Stone

2017-2018

Fall 2017

TitleName
Fitness SpecialistMohammadshehzad Jamal
Personal TrainerJose Zamarron
Group Fitness InstructorJohana Jarosova
MarketingSudheer Bhimireddy
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeNaidia Winkler
Intramural OfficialSophia Caro
Intramural SupervisorMicah Booker
Lifeguard Dhimant Sahi
Member Services AssistantNatalie Dills
Operations SupervisorSha Elisha

Spring 2018

TitleName
Fitness SpecialistSavannah Turney
Personal TrainerJose Zamarron
Group Fitness InstructorJohana Jarosva
MarketingCindy Rios
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeJordan Barnes
Outdoor Adventure EmployeeKevin Roy
Intramural OfficialBryce Sewell
Intramural SupervisorSophia Caro
Lifeguard Anna McCloskey
Operations AssistantDakotah McGowen
Member Services AssistantSarah Morris
Operations SupervisorCJ Cannon
Robin Sullivan Anna McCloskey
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