Many students gain meaningful work experience that helps to finance their education through campus jobs. Rhodes’ Student Employee Appreciation Week, which is April 12-16, includes recognition of this year’s Student Employee of the Year Nathaniel Scott ’21, Supervisor of the Year Lydia Spencer, and Rhodes Student Associates of the Year Madelyn Saye ’21 and Dalia Roth ’21.
Winners will each receive a gift from the Rhodes Office of Financial Aid, and the students’ names and materials will be submitted to the nationwide Student Employee of the Year Recognition Program.
Student Employee of the Year
Nathaniel Scott is a senior history major who works in the Department of English.
The Student Employee of the Year award is given to the student employee who best represents their department — working cohesively with their coworkers, showing dedication to their position, and going above and beyond to make that department great.
Supervisor of the Year
Lydia Spencer is the grants and foundations manager in the Office of Development.
This award honors a student employee supervisor who excels at dedicating their time and effort toward the training, management, and day-to-day supervision of a student employee.
Rhodes Student Associates (RSA) of the Year
Dalia Roth is a senior business major who works in Career Services as the RSA in charge of coordinating internships.
Madelyn Saye is a senior educational studies major who works as the RSA for the Bonner Center for Service. She helped to implement the center’s new service and engagement platform, Rhodes Engage.
The RSA of the Year award is given to students who best represent the Rhodes Student Associates Program—working cohesively with their coworkers, showing dedication to their position, and going above and beyond to make their department great.
For more about jobs on campus for students, visit the Student Employment page.