St. Jerome Regional School announces student ambassadors
St. Jerome Regional School’s 2019-2020 student ambassadors are, front row, from left, Caitlyn Kovatch, Alexandra Feller, Megan Reaman, Carley Hasara and Connor Rehnert. Back, Anthony Odorizzi; Abigail Kluck; Jakob Mummey, lead ambassador; Manda Smarr Beers, adviser; Brady Bobrowski, lead ambassador; Mackenna Jacobs and Julia Meiss. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
St. Jerome Regional School, Hometown, recently announced the 2019-2020 student ambassadors.
The ambassador program began in 2015 to inspire students through leadership development.
“Our students who are involved in the program are elite members of our student body who possess the highest leadership skills and standards in the school. I’m so impressed with this group of students, their professionalism, attitudes, and their ability to lead,” said Manda Smarr Beers, advancement director/program adviser at St. Jerome Regional School.
Student ambassadors strive to be role models within their school and community, network with their community and build their portfolio of experience needed as they look to their futures.
Each candidate had to submit an application, letter of recommendation and interview with the principal and advancement director to be considered for the position.
This year’s student ambassadors are Caitlyn Kovatch, Alexandra Feller, Megan Reaman, Carley Hasara, Connor Rehnert, Anthony Odorizzi, Abigail Kluck, Jakob Mummey, Brady Bobrowski, Mackenna Jacobs and Julia Meiss.