Katie graduated from Ohio University in June of 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Art. This is Katie’s second year as an AmeriCorps Ohio College Guide serving at John Glenn, and she hopes to build on the relationships that were developed last year to make this year an even greater success. Katie believes she can use her own life experiences, as well as her education and training, to help students in Muskingum County. She is looking forward to the upcoming school year to help students reach their full potential through higher education.
Kendra graduated from Muskingum University in May of 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. After graduation she received her Ohio 4-year Resident Educator License to teach high school Social Studies. Kendra is excited to serve her first year as an Ohio College Guide and work with students in pursuing their goals and plans after high school. She is looking forward to helping students and her community.
Alex is excited to serve her first year as an Ohio College Guide at her alma mater, Maysville High School. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in psychology from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, in June of 2013. Next year she hopes to attend graduate school to study speech language pathology. Alex is looking forward to helping each student find the right college and giving back to her community.
Coulton received his Bachelor of Science Degree in biology from Muskingum University in May of 2012. He is a second year AmeriCorps member. He is very excited to once again be serving at his alma mater Zanesville High School. Coulton is hoping to build off the successes he had last year as a College Guide by assisting students as well as building productive relationships with the faculty. Last year, Coulton was very inspired after reflecting on the impact he was able to make through helping students as well as volunteering in the community. He feels the OCG program is a great opportunity, and to be able to give back to the school he graduated from and the community he grew up in makes it all the more special. After his term with AmeriCorps, Coulton hopes to attend graduate school for Physician Assisting.