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Thiel College adds 14 members to its top student ambassador and support team

 

Thiel College adds 14 members to its top student ambassador and support team

GREENVILLE, Pa.—The Thiel College Office of Admission has added 14 student members to its Thiel Team for the 2020-2021 academic year.

The Thiel Team comprises students employed by the Office of Admission. The students primarily serve as ambassadors for prospective students and their families, but they are also responsible for a variety of other jobs and including work on mailings, market research, telemarketing, event support and other administrative, professional and office duties.

The program is in its third year. This year’s new members join the 26 returning members of the Thiel Team.

  • Jake Alberts ’23, of Ellwood City, Pa., is a 2019 Lincoln High School graduate and a business administration sports management major.
  • Megan Brewer ’22, of Salem, Ohio, is a 2018 United High School graduate and a psychology major.
  • Mercyne Demma ’23, of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 2018 Mt. Lebanon High School graduate and a general studies student.
  • Keara Henry ’23, of Clarion, Pa., is a 2019 Clarion-Limestone Area High School graduate and a neuroscience major.
  • Nielah Jones ’23, of Catonsville, Md., is a 2019 Catholic High School graduate and a neuroscience major.
  • Zack Lyons ’22, of Franklin, Pa., is a 2018 Franklin Area High School graduate and a biology major.
  • Donnie Pattison ’22, of Bradford, Pa., is 2019 Bradford Area High School graduate and a math and computer science and secondary education major.
  • Anthony Phillips ’23, of Hanoverton, Ohio, Is a 2019 United High School graduate and an accounting major.
  • Jasmine Phillips ’23, of Hubbard, Ohio, is a 2019 Western Reserve Local High School graduate and a psychology major.
  • Tumba Powell ’23, of Cleveland, Ohio, is a 2019 Charles F. Brush High School graduate and a biochemistry major.
  • Kara Sokol ’22, of Sutersville, Ohio, is a 2019 Yough Senior High School graduate and an accounting major.
  • Grace Taylor ’23, of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 2019 Keystone Oaks High School graduate and an early childhood education and special education major.
  • Sarah Walker ’23, of New Brighton, Pa., is a 2019 New Brighton Senior High School graduate and a communication sciences and disorder major.
  • Natalie Zgurich ’23, of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 2019 Baldwin High School graduate and a business administration human resources management major.

Returning Thiel Team members

Returning Thiel Team members

  • John Aarestrup ’21, of Miami, Fla., is a 2017 Archbishop Coleman Carroll High School graduate and an accounting major.
  • Emily Baker ’22, of Cochranton, Pa., is a 2018 Cochranton High School graduate and an accounting major.
  • Tyla Belton ’21, of Altoona, Pa., is a 2017 graduate of Altoona High School and a political science major.
  • Willie Beverly ’22, of Austintown, Ohio, is a 2018 Austintown Fitch High School graduate and a business administration major.
  • Sante Carducci ’20, of Toronto, Ohio, is a 2017 Toronto High School graduate and a biology major.
  • Kristen Brunner ’21, of Baiting Hollow, N.Y., is a 2017 Riverhead High School graduate and a psychology major.
  • Courtney Campbell ’21, of Columbiana, Ohio, is a 2016 graduate of Crestview High School and a biology major.
  • Mario Demma ’21, of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 2017 Mt. Lebanon High School graduate and a criminal justice and sociology double-major.
  • Sam Faber ’21, of Greenville, Pa., is a 2016 Reynolds High School graduate and an English and secondary education major.
  • Dakota Forrest ’21, of Aliquippa, Pa., is a 2017 Hopewell High School graduate and a history and psychology double-major.
  • Kaylee Guy ’22, of Williamsville, N.Y., is a 2018 Williamsville High School South graduate and a psychology major.
  • Charity Hall ’22, of Warren, Ohio, is a 2018 Warren G. Harding High School graduate and a neuroscience major.
  • Selom Kalin-Samlan ’22, of Gaithersburg, Md., is a 2018 Watkins Mill High School graduate and an accounting major.
  • Louie Karellas ’20, of Johnsonburg, Pa., is a 2017 Johnsonburg Area High School graduate and a business administration major.
  • Charles Lichtenwalter ’21, of Erie, Pa., is a 2017 Mercyhurst Preparatory School graduate and a business administration major.
  • Amy Meighen ’21, of Greenville, Pa., is a 2017 Greenville High School graduate and an English and secondary education major.
  • Shyloh McTighe ’22, of Hadley, Pa., is a 2018 Pa. Leadership Charter School graduate and a biology major.
  • Ava Park ’22, of Greenville, Pa., is a 2018 Greenville High School graduate and a special education and elementary education major.
  • Jessica Peters ’21, of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 2017 Avonworth High School graduate and a business administration sports management major.
  • Hayley Phillips ’23, of Lisbon, Ohio, is a 2019 Beaver Local High School graduate and a business administration major.
  • Stacy Reecks ’21, of Ft. Washington, Md., is a 2017 Oxon Hill High School graduate and a neuroscience major.
  • Jonathan Russell ’22, of DuBois, Pa., is a 2018 DuBois Area High School graduate and a math and computer science major.
  • Katherine Sollers ’22, of Mogadore, Ohio, is a 2018 graduate of Field High School and a business and human resource management major.
  • Sydney Turner ’21, of Chicora, Pa., is a 2017 Karns City High School graduate and a biology major.
  • Hannah Uschock ’22, of Indiana, Pa., is a 2018 Indiana (Pa.) Area High School graduate and a philosophy and political science double major.
  • Landon Westover ’21, of Kent, Ohio, is a 2017 Field High School graduate and a history and secondary education major.

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Thiel College is an independent college founded in the Lutheran tradition. Located in Greenville, Pa., the College offers 60 majors and minors, 24 varsity sports, and an 11:1 student-faculty ratio. The College is also home to a Master of Science in speech-language pathology, a Leadership Master of Business Administration and a Management Master of Business Administration. Both master’s degree programs offer innovative and accelerated five-year paths which allow students to earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years. The speech-language pathology program also has an accelerated 15-month graduate-level program. The M.B.A. program also has a 12-month post-graduate program. A dedicated faculty paired with dynamic research and internship opportunities produce numerous graduate school and job placements. Coeducational from its beginnings, the College remains committed to combining tradition with innovation.


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