Student Activities Team (SAT)
Meet our 2016-17 SAAT members!
Melodie SnyderPosition: Health and Wellness Coordinator
I graduated as Valedictorian from Mary M. Knight High School in 2015. I was very active in many sports and clubs. I am currently the Phi Theta Kappa President along with being a SAT member at CC. I enjoy playing the piano, scrapbooking, and traveling. I grew up about an hour from Centralia, but I really wanted to come to CC. CC offered a great scholarship for me and the campus was perfect for me. I am getting my AA in Mathematics and then transferring to Rocky Mountain College in Montana to get my Bachelors in Secondary Math Education. I love everything about teaching and helping students. CC has a very intense math program and environment that is pushing me to become a better student and person. I joined SAT, because I love the events on campus and I believe it is an important part of every students experience here. I don't think there is anything better then planning fun, informational, social, recreational, and more events/activities on campus.
Tehane ReynoldsPosition: Recreation and School Spirit Coordinator
My name is Tehane Reynolds and I am from the Big Island of Hawai'i. I graduated from Honoka'a High School and plan on becoming a nurse in the future. I love to play volleyball, workout, go hiking, and I love doing artsy kinds of things like painting. I decided to attend Centralia College because I got a scholarship for volleyball and they have a great nursing program. Centralia College will help me to achieve my goals of becoming a nurse because they have an amazing nursing program. Also, the teachers here at Centralia are amazing. I decided to join the student activities team because I love getting involved in the community. SAT has a big impact on the campus and community and I'm so glad that I can be a part of it this year.
Macoy GronsethPosition: Entertainment Coordinator
Sarah MickelPosition: Special Events and Family Programming Coordinator
My name is Sarah Mickel and I am extremely excited about being a part in the 2016-17 Student Activities Team here at Centralia College. My family moved to Chehalis when I was very young, so it's the only home that I know. I am a proud W. F. West High School graduate (Go Bearcats!) and I am in my second year here at CC. When I'm not doing homework, you can usually find me spending time with my family, reading, or listening to music. I love the college's environment and I'm on track to get my Associate's Degree with a concentration in History this Spring and then I will be moving on to a university to get my teaching certificate and Master's in History so that I can start teaching it! Starting here at Centralia College was a great decision and I cannot wait to see what this year brings.
Lara Dominique DelfinPosition: Cultural and Social Issues Coordinator
High School: Centralia High School
Hobbies/Interests: Reading, hanging out with friends, photography, cooking and eating.
Why you came to CC: I came to CC since it's close to home and is a great institution for learning. I hope to be in the medical field helping people as best as I can.
What you want to be when you grow up and how CC is going to help you achieve your goals? CC will help me achieve those goals by getting my associates and help me transfer to a university in the future.
What are you looking most forward to being on SAT? I want to be more involved with the school and it's also an outlet for me to show my creative side, also I want to expose the student's in Centralia College the different cultures and recreational events.
About SATThe Student Activities Team (SAT) is a student team, selected and hired in conjunction with the Associated Students of Centralia College (ASCC) Student Government and college staff, to plan cultural, social, educational and recreational events for students of Centralia College. SAT's task is to develop a well-balanced calendar of activities and events that include speakers, musicians, comedians, dances, films, outings and tournaments.
In addition to these activities, team members support campus clubs and organizations, theatre productions, musical performances held by the college's music department and various other groups. Students who serve on this team receive a broad range of experience in event planning, promotion, publicity, and public relations.
MeetingsSAT's weekly meetings are open to the student body, and any interested student may attend. Any student who wishes to have an item placed on the agenda should contact the SAT. SAT members are required to maintain a minimum of ten hours per week in the office or at events. The members' work schedules are posted on the office door and also in the Student Life and Involvement Center.
Interviews for SAT are held in the spring quarter. These are hourly paid positions. Positions available are:
- Entertainment Coordinator
- Social and Cultural Issues Coordinator
- Recreation and School Spirit Coordinator
- Health and Wellness Coordinator
- Special Events and Family Coordinator