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PULSE Council

The PULSE Council is a group of eighteen students who have taken PULSE and have been chosen to continue working with the program as student leaders.  Council Members can assist students and supervisors by answering questions, discussing concerns, and acting as a resource for everyone involved in PULSE.  Each PULSE Council Member coordinates 3 or 4 community partners.

As a coordinator, the Council Member aids interested students in selecting and getting oriented to a community partner and serves as the primary contact for the students and the designated site supervisor throughout the academic year. During the course of the year, Council Members will arrange meetings with all students at each service site and will remain in contact with students individually. These meetings provide PULSE students with an opportunity to discuss the experiences that pertain specifically to their service site. Each Council Member has three office hours per week in the PULSE office (Stokes N125).

 

Meet the 2017-2018 PULSE Council Members

The PULSE Council is a group of eighteen students who have taken PULSE and have been chosen to continue working with the program as student leaders.  Council Members can assist students and supervisors by answering questions, discussing concerns, and acting as a resource for everyone involved in PULSE.  Each PULSE Council Member coordinates 3 or 4 community partners.

As a coordinator, the Council Member aids interested students in selecting and getting oriented to a community partner and serves as the primary contact for the students and the designated site supervisor throughout the academic year. During the course of the year, Council Members will arrange meetings with all students at each service site and will remain in contact with students individually. These meetings provide PULSE students with an opportunity to discuss the experiences that pertain specifically to their service site. Each Council Member has three office hours per week in the PULSE office (Stokes N125).

Meet the 2015-2016 PULSE Council Members!

The PULSE Council is a group of eighteen students who have taken PULSE and have been chosen to continue working with the program as student leaders.  Council Members can assist students and supervisors by answering questions, discussing concerns, and acting as a resource for everyone involved in PULSE.  Each PULSE Council Member coordinates 3 or 4 community partners.

As a coordinator, the Council Member aids interested students in selecting and getting oriented to a community partner and serves as the primary contact for the students and the designated site supervisor throughout the academic year. During the course of the year, Council Members will arrange meetings with all students at each service site and will remain in contact with students individually. These meetings provide PULSE students with an opportunity to discuss the experiences that pertain specifically to their service site. Each Council Member has three office hours per week in the PULSE office (Stokes N125).

Meet the 2015-2016 PULSE Council Members!

Caitrin Assaf

Caitrin Assaf
MCAS 2018

Tiwalayo Eisape

Tiwalayo Eisape
MCAS 2019

Bryan Paula Gonzalez

Bryan Paula Gonzalez
LSOE 2019

 Michelle Krameisen

 Michelle Krameisen
CSOM 2020

Maddie Nation

Maddie Nation
MCAS 2019

Kristen Reeves

Kristen Reeves
CSON 2018

Jake Dascoli

Jake Dascoli
MCAS 2019

JP Forero

JP Forero
MCAS 2018

Justin Ho

Justin Ho
MCAS 2020

Joan Jungbin Lee

Joan Jungbin Lee
MCAS 2018

Samantha Ng

Samantha Ng
CSOM 2018

Elizabeth Reilly

Elizabeth Reilly
MCAS 2019

Rachel Drew

Rachel Drew
LSOE 2020

Katie Golden

Katie Golden
MCAS 2018

Agnes Kim

Agnes Kim
MCAS 2018

Andrea Mauco

Andrea Mauco
CSOM 2019

Sarah Polidor

Sarah Polidor
MCAS 2019

Emma Rodrigues

Emma Rodrigues
MCAS 2018