The facility, coworkers, atmosphere and even dress code—Andrew Graham loves every last bit of the SRWC. A second-year communication studies major and membership services representative, Andrew Graham joined the SRWC last semester and immediately fell in love with his new job.
Since transitioning into a working environment as a lifeguard, second year Alexis Sorensen has found it to be much more exciting than she expected. As a lifeguard, Alexis’ responsibilities include informing students about SRWC policies, offering lifeguard and CPR/first aid classes, and ultimately ensuring the safety of everyone using the aquatics center at SRWC.
If Crystal Goh looks familiar it’s because she works as an administration office assistant and building manager at the SRWC. And if you’ve met her, you’d agree she brings reliable service and beaming enthusiasm to every new task she takes up – and her reasoning? “I can’t help but enjoy it!”
Having worked at the SRWC since August, building manager Andrea Salas has thoroughly enjoyed working in a positive, helpful environment. “This is my second job on campus, but I like being in this position because I’m surrounded with like-minded people and students pursuing a healthier lifestyle,” said Salas.
For Colton Dahlenburg, maintenance at the SRWC is not only exciting—it’s the perfect stepping stone into his future. “My job is great, especially when I think about owning my own house or apartment; a lot of my current tasks transition into day-to-day tasks or issues that may come up around the house,” Colton said.
Recent fashion design and merchandising graduate Gabriella “Gabby” Rivera started using the SRWC as a member as soon as it opened in 2010—and was instantly hooked. The following year, Gabby joined the ASI Recreation team as a weight room attendant and continued with the organization for the next four years!