12 MSSU students receive special training
January 30, 2013
Twelve students have been accepted into a program to motivate them as future community leaders. In its second season the Super Leader Program, a joint effort between Missouri Southern University and the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network, aims to identify, cultivate and motivate future community leaders currently enrolled in college. The sessions, seven in all, will be held on campus beginning February 2 and concluding May 4, 2013.

They are: Audrey Mathis, psychology major from Carthage; Kayla Smith, respiratory therapy major from Independence; Mary Duncan, public relations and communications major from Joplin; Meredith Murray, human resources management major from Joplin; Caleb Wheeler, physical education major from Joplin; AshLeigh Clarkson, pre-med major from Neosho; Venus Day, business administration major from Tulsa, OK; Brook Gipson, political science and literary studies major from Tranquility, NJ; Josh Lowry, finance major from Lancaster, PA; Aji Sophie Jeng, biology and chemistry major from Gambia, West Africa and Viktoryia Johnson, human resources management major from Minsk, Belarus.

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