Student Leaders for 2012-2013
Sarah Langan, Biology, Class Year: Sophomore
Sarah, an honors student, currently serves as an Eco Club Officer, Science Society Officer and is an actor with the Keystone Players theatre group. Her writings are also featured in The Plume, Keystone’s yearly literary publication.
“Sarah is a star student, and is very helpful toward her peers. She is a positive role model for others.”
Cody Shadle, Information Technology
Cody, an honor student, currently participates in the NEPA Business Plan Competition and works part-time in the Keystone College IT department.
"Cody has stepped up to the plate to help support the Information Technology Department during the campus-wide Jenzabar implementation and the web content management system upgrade. He has a positive leadership influence on the other work-studies in the office."
Melissa Cruise, Art Education
Meslissa was nominated by a professor for her outstanding leadership role on campus with serving as the Art Society Club President and as a member of the Student Chapter of PAEA.
“Through her model of leadership, involvement, and high standards, other students are more involved and have higher standards for themselves. Ms. Cruise demonstrates that it can be done even as a more mature student with family responsibilities”
Katie Scheuch, Business
“Katie reaches across organizational and class boundaries to engage fellow students and faculty in a wide array of extracurricular events and projects. Her enthusiasm and work ethic is contagious.”
Katie, a Keystone Honors Program student and business major, is active in the campus community. She is a member of the Student Activities Crew and also serves as a Resident Assistant, Rotaract vice president, and as student promotions coordinator for Sodexo Dining Services. Katie was one of two Keystone students selected to attend the 2012 Sodexo Summer Internship Program in Paris. In addition to her academic and student life activities, she also excels on the volleyball court where she is a member of the women’s team.
Valissa Browning, Child and Society
“The work Valissa does is invaluable to the veteran community here at Keystone College.”
Valissa serves as the President of the Armed Forces Club on campus, is a peer mentor for incoming student veterans, and an active member of the American Legion and VFW in Montrose, PA.