Keystone College was well represented at the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Mid Atlantic Regional Conference in Buffalo, N.Y.
Students Brian Klatt, Scarlet Pujols-Recio, and Mike Santulli, along with Keystone employees Kyrie Kirn and Lucas Taylor, learned about new ideas and resources for campus life programming during the two-day conference.
Brian, a junior sport and recreation management major from Scranton; Scarlet, a junior general biology major from Hazleton; and Mike, a junior sport and recreation management major from Holtsville, N.Y.; also presented two educational sessions highlighting Keystone campus life programming.
The students shared “Accelerate Your Commuter Programming,” which highlighted how to plan programs for commuter students, and “Where Are We Going: How to Make off Campus Trips Work for Your Students and Your Budget.”
Scarlet was also recognized by NACA with the Outstanding Undergraduate Student Leader Award which honors students who have demonstrated leadership, citizenship, and cooperation, and her impact on student activity programming.
NACA is a national organization that provides ideas and resources for campus life programming, student and professional development, and entertainment and programming resources, to higher education institutions.
Keystone College student Scarlet Pujols-Recio is presented with the Outstanding Undergraduate Student Leader Award. From left: Kyrie Kirn, Multicultural Affairs and Student Activities Coordinator; Keystone students Mike Santulli, Scarlet Pujols-Recio, and Brian Klatt; and Lucas Taylor, Director of Student Activities.
Keystone students Brian Klatt, Scarlet Pujols-Recio and Mike Santulli prepare to present a session on commuter life programming.