CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION CANNAVINO LIBRARY STUDENT ASSISTANTS CLASS OF 2013
Library Student Assistants perform work essential to the operation of the Library. They assist in processing books purchased by the library and preparing them for circulation; they help students check out books, videos, laptops and group study rooms; they fill printer paper and answer the telephone. They help students with computer questions and finding materials in the Library. We know you will be successful professionals because we have seen how you work. Thank you for a job well done. Best of luck in all your endeavors.
Dalissa Hughes will graduate with a major in Biomedical Science and a minor in Psychology. She has been accepted to the nursing program at SUNY Downstate. She hopes to lead to a career as a nurse practitioner or nurse anesthetist. Dalissa has worked at the Library for two and a half years.
Aileen Lamontagne has worked as a Student Library Assistant for two years. She will graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance. Aileen hopes to work in market research.
William Schanz joined the Library team at the beginning of his senior year. While at Marist Will majored in History with a Secondary Education concentration and minored in Psychology. He has accepted a position as a teacher with Blue Engine, a program supporting public schools in low-income communities.
Kristen Stevko started at the Library during her freshman year. She will graduate in 2014 with majors in Biomedical Science and Chemistry. She will spend her senior year working at internships beginning at a wolf sanctuary in Ohio and subsequently at a nature preserve in Australia. Kristy hopes to attend veterinary school and then work for the Army.
Jessica Sturtevant will graduate with a major in Communications Studies and minors in Writing, Spanish, and Global Studies. After graduation she hopes to work in children’s publishing or editing. Jessica has worked at the library since her sophomore year, with one semester off to study in Spain.
David Zeppieri has been a member of the Library team for three semesters. During his time at Marist he majored in Information Technology with a minor in Information Systems. After graduation he would like to work in Internet security or software development.