B.A., Ithaca College
C216 775-1200 firstname.lastname@example.org
I am responsible for providing support to the Director of Student Development and act as the receptionist for the Office of Student Activities. I hope to build a welcoming and supportive office environment for students, staff, and faculty! I am a resource for any student questions and concerns! Fun fact: my sister and I have the same birthday, but we are not twins!
Career/Veterans Affairs Counselor
B.A., Ashford University
N215 (Channing & Marie Bete Veterans Center) 775-1885 email@example.com
I give educational and transitional support to student veterans for resources on and off campus, and make recommendations on programing and activities to GCC for veteran and staff members to ensure academic success of our veteran students. My educational background includes US Army Basic Infantry, Reconnaissance Commando Course, Primary Leader Development Course, Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, Advance Noncommissioned Officer Course, First Sergeant Course, Pathfinder Course, Air Assault Course, Repel Master Course, Recruiting and Retention Course, Unit Readiness and Mobilization Course, Army Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Course, and Army Self-Structure Development Level IV. I am a resource for connecting veterans to services and programs on and off campus, who to see and how to navigate VA hospitals, and Post-Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury. Fun fact: I have ridden over 60 miles on my Mountain Bike with former President George W. Bush on his Texas ranch and am invited to return every spring and ride with him and other wounded veterans.
Women’s Resource Center Coordinator
A.A., Greenfield Community College
B.A., Smith College
C212A 775-1114 firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a proud GCC Alum. In 1991 I was a single “welfare” mother of three when I enrolled. GCC professors ignited my passion for learning and staff recognized and encouraged my leadership qualities. 21 years later my three adult children are college graduates and my 6th grader has no doubt that college is in her future, too. A colleague recently called me “the resource queen.” I strive to work WITH students to develop their ability to research and tap into the communities’ resources so that they may have success in college. In 2001 I was privileged to be honored as one of the first three GCC Distinguished Alumni. In my acceptance speech I said: “I did not get here alone. Along the way, individuals in my community and at GCC recognized that I too had something they could encourage and nurture. Each pat on the back, each word of encouragement, each challenge, even, honored me as an intelligent, compassionate woman. I did not do it by myself.” I’m inspired by women in history. Embrace YOUR inner Rosie the Riveter! Favorite quote: “Well behaved women rarely make history.” -Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
Massachusetts Campus Compact AmeriCorps VISTA Coordinator
A.S., Greenfield Community College (Dec. 2016)
C216 775-1378 email@example.com
I am dedicating the next year to helping end poverty by promoting college access and school readiness to GCC’s partner sites Greenfield High School and Federal Street Elementary School. I’m a resource for students who are interested in making a difference in people’s lives by becoming a leader/volunteer in the effort to support students at local schools. Together we can help give today’s youth the opportunity to become tomorrow’s leaders! Fun fact: I like to fish and kayak. My favorite quote: “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” –Mahatma Gandhi
Advisor, Phi Theta Kappa
Coordinator, GCC Fitness Center
A.A., Holyoke Community College
B.S., Tufts University
E106A 775-1143 firstname.lastname@example.org
I started working for GCC in 1994. I enjoy working with students, staff and faculty in the Fitness Center. Fitness should be a fun activity and that is a primary focus for me when I discuss with people their fitness and wellness goals. I work with my colleagues to ensure the fitness center is open available and well-equipped. I am a Viet Nam era Army aviation veteran. I have an A.S. from Hoyloke Community College and a B.S. in Occupational Therapy from Tufts. I have 30 years of experience as a healthcare professional in hospitals, community healthcare and education. I am a second degree black belt (nidan) in Aikido, and a blue belt in Tae Kwon Do. I am currently serving my 23rd consecutive year volunteering as a conservation commissioner for the town of Westhampton. I am a resource for… health related careers, fitness equipment and activities and Martial Arts. Fun fact, it’s a Fact the best fitness programs are Fun!
Career & Veteran's Affairs Counselor
A.S., Greenfield Community College
BSW, Elms College (in progress)
Unites States Marine Corps 1978-1986
N215 775-1825 email@example.com
I work in the Veteran's Center developing programming; I am involved in recruitment as well as gathering resources for student veterans through marketing, outreach and networking.
Veterans Certifying Official
B.A., Western Michigan University
M.Ed., Lesley University
N215 775-1885 firstname.lastname@example.org
I work with students, Veterans Affairs and the Bursar’s Office to ensure each student vet receives all the financial aid they have earned. I also update the Veterans website, the veterans database, lead workshops, edit the Scuttlebutt newsletter and create documents to ease the aid application process. Fun fact: I can ride a unicycle!
Coordinator, Student Activities & Community Service
B.S., M.S., Buffalo State College
C216 775-1203 email@example.com
I started taking college courses in high school at Monroe Community College through the “New Visions Program.”After completing a B.S. in Sociology, I graduated from Buffalo State College with an M.S. in Student Personnel Administration. As a former AmeriCorps VISTA am a resource for National Service Programs. Fun fact, I have hiked Mt. Washington and explored the temples at Angkor Wat.
Director of Student Development
B.S., Indiana University
M.Ed., Ed.D., University of Vermont
C214D 775-1819 firstname.lastname@example.org
I started working at GCC in September of 2007. I have supervisory responsibility for Student Activities & Community Service, Community Access Scholarships, Women’s Resource Center, Educational Transitions Program, Health Records and the Fitness Center. Additionally I co-chair the Diversity Programming Sub Committee and the Student Development Committee. I approve all medical withdrawals, oversee Human Development Courses, handle first-level behavioral issues, coordinate service learning and civic engagement on campus, and serve as a resource for students in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. I attended Indiana University as an undergraduate and majored in Elementary Education. I received my Masters and Doctoral degrees from the University of Vermont where I studied higher education and leadership and policy development. I am a resource for students in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction; students who are looking to volunteer or become involved in an internship or service learning project in human services, those who are looking to withdraw from the college for medical reasons and/or general referral. Fun Fact….I am from Indiana and one of the few in New England who is not a Patriots fan. I adore my Colts!
A.A., Greenfield Community College
B.A., M.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst
C214D 775-1846 email@example.com
I started working at GCC in February of 2012. Primarily, I provide academic advising and transitional support for students in the Educational Transitions Program (ETP). ETP students are juniors and seniors from Greenfield and Turners Falls High Schools who attend GCC full time and part time to complete their high school graduation requirements and earn credit towards their college degree. Additionally, I work to support service learning and civic engagement initiatives on campus. I am a resource for dual enrolled high school students at Greenfield and Turners Falls High Schools, students interested in service learning and civic engagement opportunities, and community agencies who are interested in partnering with the College.