Member, Spring 2015 – Present
I am an active member of Temple University’s student AIS chapter. The organization is recognized as an outstanding chapter within the FOX school of business. As a part of the organization, I have been exposed to multiple guest speakers who specialize in information technology in the professional world. As a part of this organization I have enhanced my knowledge beyond the class room to the real world applications of information systems.
Ambler Student Government Association
Treasurer, September 2013 – May 2014
Ambler Student Government Association is a student organization who listen and oversee student concerns and interests throughout the Ambler campus. They are seen as the voice of the student body at Ambler. The goal of ASGA is for all students to be involved in as many student activities, whether it’s attending on- or off-campus events or joining student organizations. Students who want to help make a change on campus and are willing to go out of their way to make changes happen are those who take charge in ASGA. Ambler Student Government holds different fundraisers, lectures and meetings throughout the academic year. ASGA is a way for students to voice their opinions since this student organization pays attention to the various opinions of students. ASGA is a way for the officers to communicate with the student body.
As the former treasurer of Ambler Student Government Association I had many responsibilities. First on a biweekly basis I presented organizational status reports to all the student organizations on campus during public student government meetings. Second, I meet with over fifteen student organizations on campus to collaborate and tabulate budgets for each organization. Third, I process up to 20 reimbursements on a weekly basis for the Office of Student Life. For each one of these reimbursements, I had the responsibility of updating the Office of Student Life’s accounting books and handling petty cash. When handling petty cash I was often entrusted with amounts totally up to $1000 on behalf of the Office of Student Life.
Air Force ROTC Detachment 752
Cadet 4th Class, September 2012 – August 2013
Air Force ROTC Detachment 752 is a military affiliated program that prepares college students to become officers in the United States Air Force. The organization provides education in the fields of communication skills, leadership studies, and general military studies. On a weekly basis cadets and cadre meet to engage in leadership laboratory exercises designed to prepare cadets for military service.
As a first year cadet in the detachment I engaged in leadership laboratory exercises that challenged my physical and intellectual capabilities. On several occasions I composed and directed leadership exercises for up to 40 cadets. As the leader for these exercises I learned the importance of situational awareness and team work. Outside of leadership exercises, I participated in community service activities for Weinberg Food Bank and the Wilkes-Barre Community Flood Reconstruction Project.