Student Staff Advisory Board
The Student Staff Advisory Board bridges the gap between Campus Recreation’s professional staff and student employees. A carefully-selected, small group of students consisting of representatives from each department suggests ideas for overall workplace improvement and helps plan events. The board provides an empowering and meaningful avenue for change both in and beyond Campus Recreation.
To better represent the complete student perspective in order to foster a greater sense of community amongst Campus Recreation employees.
Sam is a senior biology major in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences. She began working for BC Rec in the Fall of 2015 first as a Swim Instructor, and has since gone on to be a Lifeguard, Aquatics Manager, Fitness Attendant, Personal Trainer, and Group Fitness Instructor! Campus Rec and the friendships it fosters have been her outlet in her time at BC, and she is looking forward to her second year on the SSAB to continue improving this tight-knit community!
Kevin has been working for BC Rec as an Intramural Official since day one of his freshman year. Kevin is also a Supervisor and has refereed several intramural championship games. Officiating has always been a passion of his and having the opportunity to continue it at BC has made his college experience that much better. Kevin believes fitness and health should always be at the forefront of every BC student’s mind, and the various programs offered at BC Rec give a chance for everybody to do something they can enjoy during their time here.
Rob (Facility Supervisor)
Rob joined the BC Rec family as freshman working at the Quonset Hut on the Newton Campus. Over the summer, he moved up to his current position and became a Facility Supervisor at the Plex. To him, BC Rec is a foundation of life on the Boston College campus. Whether a student is working, or working out, the Plex and all its character plays a vital role in that student’s time at BC.
Marissa (Club Sports)
Marissa began working for BC Rec in the fall of 2015. She works as a Student Financial Assistant in the Club Sports Business Department. She manages the funding and spending for the teams by working with team treasurers. Marissa enjoys working for BC Rec because of the friendly people across the departments and because her position allows her to combine her interests in finance and healthy living. Marissa believes that the Plex is where student have the opportunity to develop positive habits, create lifelong friendships, and gain skills to achieve goals that go beyond fitness.
Erica (Fitness, Aquatics, Facility Supervisor)
Erica is a junior in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences double majoring in Economics and Hispanic Studies. She has worked at BC Rec since freshman year, first as a lifeguard and now as a Group Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer, Facility Supervisor, Aquatics Instructor, and Fitness Attendant! Erica loves the positive, upbeat community that BC Rec creates, both among employees and the student body as a whole. She believes that BC Rec provides so many opportunities for students to enjoy Boston College outside of academics, and is excited to help keep up the fun as a member of the SSAB!
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Elizabeth started working at BC Rec as a lifeguard in the beginning of the 2015 fall semester. She began working as an Aquatics Office Manager in the 2017 spring semester. She has loved being a part of the BC community, especially because of the friendships she has made. Elizabeth believes BC Rec is a place to make friends and socialize, while becoming a better you!
Alex started working at BC Rec as a Fitness Attendant at the beginning of the 2015-2016 academic year. From day one he fell in love with his job and the Campus Recreation community as a whole. Believing that fitness is a key component to the college experience and living a healthy life, there is no other job that could fit him better. Alex is excited to work for BC Rec for the remaining two and a half years of his college carrier and plans to do his absolute best to better the fitness community.
Matt (Facility Supervisor, Equipment Desk)
Matt has been working at BC Rec since the beginning of the 2015 fall semester as an Equipment Desk Attendant. He began working as a Facility Supervisor during the 2016 school year. He has enjoyed it in every aspect so far, especially building relationships with the members. Matt sees BC Rec as an opportunity for students and members to take time away from their long days to play a game of basketball or take a spin class and relieve some stress. He believes that BC Rec is here to help change your life for the better.
Natalie (Group Fitness)
Natalie has been a BC-X, barbells, and total body circuits group fitness instructor since freshmen year. She is a junior in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences and is from San Jose, California. Throughout her time at BC Rec she has made so many new friends and met amazing mentors that she is so thankful for. BC Rec is her favorite place to take a break from the craziness of studying and classes and she always leaves happier than she came.
Anthony is a junior in the Connell School of Nursing from Cheshire, CT. He transferred to BC from Vassar College going into his sophomore year, and started working at BC Rec as soon as he got here. Anthony worked for the Intramural Department and the Control Desk, and he coaches women's volleyball at a local high school. This year is Anthony's first year on the SSAB, and he hopes to make a difference in the BC Rec community over the next two years.
Miles has been working with BC Rec in the intramural program since the fall of 2014. He referees basketball and flag football, and is also a supervisor. He believes in a fun work environment. One of his favorite parts of BC Rec is the community it fosters and the openness of the people who work there.
Kaleb is a commuter student in his junior year at the Woods College of Advancing Studies. He has been a BC Rec employee since the summer of 2016. He started as a Fitness Attendant and then became a Facility Supervisor at the end of the 2017 spring semester. He is starting a new chapter at BC Rec as a SSAB representative and he could not be more excited to take this opportunity to help improve the community. BC Rec helped create important friendships during his time at BC. For that, he will always believe that BC Rec is one of the best ways to create friendships within the BC community.