Welcome back to the POP QUIZ! This is a regular, yet totally unexpected, feature where we ask students, parents, staff, our friends, and partners to answer a few questions about what they are learning, reading, and thinking about. Today we have compiled some answers from the newest members of our CIS family: our interns!
All three fabulous Western Michigan University students are working towards their bachelor’s degree in the School of Social Work. Here they are, in no particular order (drum roll, please): Tate Vogt (from Jackson, Michigan) is with the CIS team at Northglade Montessori Magnet School, Ellen Sudeikis (from Chicago, Illinois) is with the CIS team at Spring Valley Center for Exploration, and Jamie Morgan (from Albion, Michigan) has joined the CIS team at King-Westwood Elementary School.
Alright, interns: pencils out, eyes on your own paper. Good luck.
What is something interesting you’ve recently learned?
- All about ethics
- How to change the power steering lines
- The new WMU football coach played for the Broncos during his undergrad at Western
What are you currently reading?
- Lord of the Flies/ The Giver
- Harry Potter
- Me Before You
What do you love about Kalamazoo?
- The breweries and taphouses culture-bringing people together
- The variety of restaurants
- How nice everyone is, especially in comparison to Chicago!
What do you want to be when you grow up?
- A substance abuse counselor
- A good father
- A social worker and a mom
What is your favorite word right now?
- Soda pop
- Absolutely, as in “Absolutely, I’d love to do that.” When someone says that, it makes you feel like they really want you to be there.
Will you share with us something that has been on your mind lately?
- The election and beyond
- Time management
- How am I going to manage taking four classes, working at Red Lobster five times a week, and interning for 30 hours?
Behind every successful student is a caring adult. Who has been your caring adult?
- My mother and father. My mother helps me with all my needs and my father pushes me.
- My father, He supports me in many ways. He is my rock.
- My brother is my caring adult.
Thank you, interns. Welcome aboard!