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"Becoming a Supplemental Instruction leader through the Academic Success Center was very unexpected but also extremely influential. My experience was so much more than a job. It truly shaped and guided my career aspirations, and also developed my professional skills by working closely with peers and bosses. I gained so much knowledge and experience. More importantly, I learned how to be a better leader in my community by working with diverse groups of students and continually developing my approach to leadership."
— Mac Lohmolder, Class of 2019