December 2017/January 2018: Katie Sedor

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"I would like to nominate Kaitlyn (Katie) Sedor as the MOST Outstanding Student Employee of the Month for December 2017/January 2018. Katie has been with RecSports for four years now; progressing from an official to a supervisor and was promoted to a Program Assistant going into Fall 2017. Katie possesses all of the attributes to make her a successful Program Assistant. She is committed to her job and is passionate about what she does. She has great time management, is always willing to help her peers out when needed, and has a vast knowledge of multiple Intramural Sports. What has stood out this past month is her commitment to our Interhall/GFS basketball leagues. Katie has been involved in all the officials clinics for both our CoRec league in the Fall and the leagues we have going on this Spring. Her and one of our other Program Assistants have taken additional responsibility and will be scheduling the officials for basketball on a weekly basis. On top of her Program Assistant duties and scheduling officials, Katie also takes time to come to the courts and evaluate the officials. Having employees like Katie is a blessing because she understands what the official position means for our Intramural program and in order to progress and improve, we must start at the ground level and develop quality officials. Katie is a leader within our program and is looked up to from our younger supervisors. For these reasons I would like to nominate Katie Sedor for the December 2017/January 2018 RecSports MOST Outstanding Student Employee of the Month."

- Kyle Osburn, Intramural Sports Program Coordinator    


Monee, IL


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What are the top 3 reasons you enjoy working at RecSports?

The people, the sports, and the atmosphere    

What’s one thing you would like everyone at RecSports to know about you?

RecSports has been a great home for the past four years, and it'll be one of the things I miss the most come graduation!