June Faculty of the Month

June Faculty of the Month

Pebbles Glaspie has done a great job in her new role as Student Success Coordinator, earning her Jackson’s Employee of the Month title for June. “She’s always willing to help wherever she’s needed,” said Campus Manager Elizabeth Kirchmeier. “She has provided many resources and comes up with creative solutions for our students to be successful.”

In her short time as an Admissions Representative at Career Quest Lansing, Employee of the Month Monique Lewis has done an amazing job helping individuals find the appropriate training they need to be successful. “We all truly appreciate her positive attitude, and willingness to always go the extra mile to help students,” said Campus Manager Mollie Woodworth. “Thank you Monique, for all that you do. You deserve to be our Employee of the Month!”

Employee of the Month Jennifer Marsh is the Financial Aid Officer for the Mt. Pleasant Campus and she also assisted with the opening of the Bay City campus. Jenn works hard to ensure students have their finances in order in a timely manner and is always willing to help her fellow teammates. “She’s always there when we have questions or concerns,” said Campus Manager Shelby Dalgleish. “Jenn, this campus runs so smoothly because of you and we appreciate you!”

Bay City’s June Employee of the Month, Medical Instructor Valaree Gower, has been instrumental in opening the Bay City campus. She took it upon herself to get the Bay City chapter of our Student Association running and always has new ideas to offer both students and staff. Valaree believes in creating a community within the classroom, and it’s apparent that she has instilled that in her students, as well. “Val leads by example and holds her students to a high standard,” said Cassie Ferrer. “She genuinely wants them to be the best that they can be.”

SUCCESS STORY

"I love my job. I’ve never worked for a better employer ever. I would have never found this job without Career Quest.”

 

SUCCESS STORY

“I tried community college and it was not for me; I was just overwhelmed. I learn better in small groups. At Career Quest, it was almost like a family. Everyone’s willing to help one another and the teachers are awesome. I’ll be sad to leave!”