Ovation for Carson Post

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An Ovation for

Carson Post

Student worker
Department of Communication Studies

April 2018

1

“Carson is a reliable, efficient, positive, and task-driven student-worker in our department office. He is quick to respond to requests and quick to address the diverse needs of our department in his capacity as student-worker. His efficiency, attention to detail, and overall competence is matched by his generous spirit, determination, and capacity for problem-solving. Carson is a real asset to our department and he is a pleasure to have on our team. Please give him an Ovation!”

2

“Carson has been a terrific work study student in the department. He has done just about everything for us from copying, reception, answering phones, research on different tasks, and organizing task. We have called on his knowledge and expertise for tasks related to the web to help update and keep our website current and to help with the tasks associated with self-publishing our departmental newsletter. He is a Communication Studies major, so we have also appreciated having him in classes and taking advantage of his knowledge of the discipline in his work. ”

3

“Carson has been a student worker for our department for 3 years. In that time he has become proficient with all of the many tasks that get assigned to our student workers. He is our go-to student for helping with the website, he gets the tests ready for one of our larger classes each time they are needed, he handles the mail, the recycling, helping new students learn what needs to be done. He also does a lot of transcribing for our GTA's and Faculty, covers the office if needed, and can do anything you give to him! Carson will truly be missed and deserves an Ovation before he graduates in the Spring 2018!”

4

“Carson is always willing to do whatever is asked of him. He has been invaluable help especially with web-related projects. He considers his work in Communication Studies important and has been an asset to this department. He finishes his tasks conscientiously and in a timely manner. Carson will be graduating in May 2018. I would like him to know how much he is appreciated.”