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Student-run MSU Greenline Welcomes Nine New Supervisors

With the fall semester coming to a close, MSU Greenline is already planning for spring. With the new year comes a new set of goals and challenges. To prepare, Greenline has brought on a new group of leaders.

Many callers stepped up and applied for the open supervisor positions, and nine students were chosen to take on the role. Being a student-run organization, all Greenline callers and staff must balance their time at Greenline with their academic responsibilities. Rachel LeDuc, PR/Media Assistant Manager, said, "Becoming a supervisor means giving even more of your own time to the program, so all our new supervisors should be commended for wanting more responsibility."

New supervisor Wendy Caldwell said, "I was a caller for three years, so I have a lot of experience in the program that I want to pass down. My background helps me relate to the callers better and make great improvements."

Danielle Haggerty, another new supervisor, said "Going from a caller to a supervisor, it will be an adjustment for me and the callers that I was just sitting with but I'm glad I can have more impact on the program by leading a group."

The responsibilities that come with the position help the students gain hands-on leadership experience and hone their management skills as they look to the future. New supervisor Conor Muntin said, "Supervising a team of people and gaining advanced communication skills is a rare opportunity where I'm headed in engineering. It's an honor to be trusted with the responsibility of managing a team and I plan to make the most of it."

The new supervisors are embracing their expanded roles in the program. Caldwell said, "It's so important for us to support the university, because without the university we wouldn't be where we are today. Greenline showed me how much of an impact alumni giving really has, so I want to make sure that future generations of students here can get the same support I did."

Congratulations to all of the new supervisors. When 2014 arrives, the new supervising staff will officially step into their roles. The opportunity Greenline provides to students to grow as leaders will enhance the future of Michigan State University.