Students receive “Shout-Outs” for their on-campus work
Mizzou Engineering students learn beyond just the classroom or lab. They also learn transferable skills and enhance their education by working on campus. These students support their peers and staff.
That is why the MU Career Center instituted the “Student Shout-Out” recognition program, which encourages supervisors to highlight student employees’ good work. Supervisors write short and meaningful statements in support of why a student should be recognized.
Nine Engineering students received a Shout-Out from their on-campus supervisor over the course of the 2021 spring semester. An additional two Mizzou students who help support the College’s staff received the recognition as well. A total of 94 students across campus received a Shout-Out this semester.
Engineering students recognized this semester:
- Jackson Barry, student assistant in the College of Engineering
- John Borgmeyer, student assistant in the Division of Information Technology
- Maria Carranza, student assistant for Mizzou Engineering Career Services
- Diana De La Cruz, student assistant in the College of Engineering
- Clare Harmon, resident advisor for Residential Life
- Alexis Harris, student assistant for Mizzou Engineering Career Services
- Camila Leiva, student assistant for International Admissions
- Sydney Rogers, student engineer for Energy Management
- Alex Yount, student engineer for Energy Management
Additionally, the following students were recognized for their work in the College of Engineering:
- Moses Farr, student assistant for Mizzou Engineering Career Services
- Ben Belongy, student assistant for Mizzou Engineering Career Services
Learn more about on-campus jobs and internships available for students.