Jeseca Lindberg Named Mount Union Student Employee of the Year
April 18, 2008
Mount Union College freshman Jeseca Lindberg was named Student Employee of the Year at the Student Employee Recognition held in the Hoover-Price Campus Center on Thursday, April 17.
Lindberg, of Austintown, plans a career in early childhood education. She was recognized for her reliability, high quality of work and initiative as a program assistant of the Bethany House. She was nominated by her supervisor, Joanne Kramer.
“Jeseca’s work is of the highest quality,” said Kramer. “I never have to have her re-do something. I am never disappointed with her performance. She has a tremendous work ethic and always does her best.”
“I have benefited immensely from my work study experiences at the Bethany House,” said Lindberg. “Each day was a new experience and always something to look forward to. Having an opportunity to do something I enjoyed, many times I did not realize all of the life skills that I was learning in the process. Because of this job I am a better person and better prepared for the work that lies ahead of me. I am truly grateful for such a great experience.”
Each year, Mount Union recognizes the efforts of students employed through the Mount Union student employment programs. On an annual basis, the College employs over 1,000 students. These students make tremendous contributions to the College’s goal of meaningful work, fulfilling lives and responsible citizenship.
Departments on campus and community service agencies that employ Mount Union students were encouraged to nominate exceptional employees who significantly contribute to the College or agency.
Other students nominated by their supervisors were Emily Williams, Ashley Griffith, Jeremy Taylor, Tiffany Topper-Ewing, Maggie Miklos and Evan Trimmer.
Selection criteria for nominated employees are based on reliability, quality of work, initiative, and professionalism and uniqueness of contribution.
This award was granted in conjunction with National Student Employment Week April 14-18.