Brittany Greenleaf named Idaho State University Student Employee of the Year
April 20, 2012
Idaho State University Mail Center employee and ISU student Brittany Greenleaf, of Boise, was named Student Employee of the Year and awarded a $2,000 scholarship as part of National Student Employment Week.
First runner-up Abigail Wentzel, from Idaho Falls and an employee at the Intermountain Center for Educational Effectiveness, received a $377 Lupher scholarship.
Second runner-up Stacy Schwabedissen, a biological sciences employee from Pocatello, was awarded a $100 gift card to the Pond Student Union food court, donated by the ISU Career Center.
Third runner-up Melissa Orgill, a College of Education employee from Pocatello, received a $50 ISU Bookstore gift card, courtesy of the ISU Office of Student Affairs.
These students were nominated by their departments for displaying qualities that had positive influences and contributions to their respective positions or departments. These qualities included reliability, extraordinary initiative, professionalism and attitude, among other skills.