JSU's 2002 Peer Counselors Selected
JACKSONVILLE -- February 1, 2002 --
Jacksonville State University recently chose student leaders for one of the
prestigious positions to be held by students.
Every year, the Office of Student Activities, led by Terry Casey, select students to serve as Peer Counselors to prospective and incoming freshmen. These students have a strong desire to assist students in their transition to JSU and have the ability to communicate well.
This experience allows students to work with the best leaders on JSU's campus. "These students are already leaders on campus," says Terry Casey. "Peer Counselors allows them to further that leadership and confer it on those making the transition to college." And that's the backbone of Peer Counselors, "to enhance a student's transition to college."
Peer Coordinators chosen to lead the group during 2002 are Andrew Symonds, a junior from Rainbow City majoring in communications, and Clint Thomas, a senior from Douglasville, GA, majoring in criminal justice.
And the 2002 Peer Counselors are:
Fallon Brantley, sophomore nursing major from Montevallo; Mark Choquette, senior biology major from Dothan; Damien Cordle, junior economics major from Rome, GA; Jenny Earley, junior education major from McCalla; Jamie Eubanks, sophomore communications major from Lineville; Robert Hayes, senior education major from Munford; Stephen Holmes, senior education major from Winston, GA; Alesha Ingram, sophomore sociology major from Louisville, KY; Stephanie Janis, junior criminal justice major from Huntsville; Miranda Killingsworth, senior education major from Alexander City; Rosalind Moore, junior political science/English major from Jacksonville; Denver Pate, senior education major from Lindale, GA; Sara Thompson, senior education major from Chattanooga, TN.
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