This month we are spotlighting Jack. Jack is a second year student in the TOPS program. His original career focus was childcare but he is now revisiting that for a new career path to be determined.
Jack currently works at the Schoenbaum Family Center as a classroom assistant. He has a natural knack for engaging with the students. He will be missed when he starts his new internship in the Dodd Hall Rehabilitation Center.
Jack is taking Crossing Boundaries: A Journey towards Intercultural Leadership and Identity Development this semester. Although this is not his favorite course he has taken at OSU, he believes it will be a great course for students who want to challenge their leadership abilities and better understand their disability as it relates to their identity.
Jack is taking full advantage of the resources at OSU. He has been very active with the social program, participating in the basketball game watch at BW3’s, attending the Americans with Disabilities Act Seminar with OSU senior leadership and of course attending the movies. Jack even got up really early on his day off to volunteer his time during OSU’s MLK Day of Service.