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                STUDENT LEADER

                NAME: Elise Sheldrick

                HOMETOWN: Madison, AL

                POSITION: Involvement Ambassador

                FAVORITE INVOLVEMENT MEMORY:I became an Involvement Ambassador my freshman year at Auburn! I loved getting to know all the members within the organization and my advisor, Amanda Ballouk. This organization helped me learn critical professional skills such as responding to emails, completing consultations with students and becoming more proactive within Auburn's community. I also found great involvement outlets through the Involvement Ambassadors that I am currently involved in now. After serving on Involvement Ambassadors for three years, I have grown in my professional skills, made great friendships and branched out on Auburn's campus!

                WHY TO GET INVOLVED: Involvement is a key component to network and build relationships. There are occupational, friendship, and personal opportunities that can be gained through the organizations on Auburn's campus.

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                STUDENT ORG

                NAME:Spring Up

                NUMBER OF MEMBERS:129

                ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION:

                Spring Up is a leadership program designed for freshmen and sophomores who are looking to grow as leaders at Auburn and get connected to involvement opportunities across campus. Each group meets weekly, will participate in activities, and hear from student leaders from many of Auburn’s largest campus organizations.

                Spring Up fosters students at auburn to become better leaders not only on campus but also in their careers. Staff and members create lasting friendships and memories while a part of Spring Up. Not only are relationships formed, but members also learn leadership, interview and service skills. Spring Up staff encourages members to be involved in other organizations on campus and will help in every step of the application and interview process.