IBUS student awarded ICCE Community Service Learning Award
News + Events : IBUS student awarded ICCE Community Service Learning Award
The Institute for Civic and Community Engagement holds Community Service Learning Awards Ceremony
Mr. Kernit Seaton is the recipient of the Community Service
Learning Award for the College of Business for 2007. He was a member of a
three-person team at the Booker T. Washington Community Service Center in San
Francisco. Upon meeting with the Senior Youth Program Director, Mr. Seaton
showed his true leadership skills and took charge as the point person. He
managed his position with tact and demonstrated his leadership skills in a very
personable manner to the rest of his team.
Mr. Seatonâ€™s organizational skills were impressive as he
zeroed in on the clientâ€™s needs and developed a strategy that addressed those needs,
presenting a logical timeline and the players involved.
Through his maturity and personable character, Mr. Seaton
made a strong impression on the Senior Youth Program Director during his conversations
with him. The young people who were part of this project also gravitated toward
Mr. Seaton because of his positive attitude and realness. Mr. Seaton presented himself
as a true professional with a caring nature, pleasant demeanor and sense of
humor, who will get the job done in a major way. He has proven that he will become
a successful business owner with a heart and a leader in the field of business.
The Institute for
Civic and Community Engagement held their 6th Annual Community Service Learning Awards Ceremony on April 25, 2007. Mr. Seaton, shown above, left, accepts his award from Gerald Eisman, Director of the ICCE.
Reprinted with permission from Florence Stickney, Lecturer, Marketing Department.