Alex is a Senior majoring Public Relations with a minor in Public Law. He was the president of Bear Service Team in 2013 and is currently a Bear Breaks Trip Leader. Some of Alex's best memories is when he helped coordinate Into the Streets and MLK Day of Service events. Alex has been engaged in the Springfield community because "it has been my home away from home for 3 years now and I felt like the least I could do was give back to the community which has supported me throughout my pursuit of higher education."
Josh Hammack is a junior majoring in Management from St. Louis, Missouri. He is involved in Theta Chi, IFC, SOAR, and Public Affairs Week Committee. Currently, Josh serves as the Vice President of Community Relations for the InterFraternity Council. Josh has volunteered over 100 service hours through the Convey of Hope, Ozarks Literacy Council, and Ozarks Food Harvest. He has also done philanthropy work with the Ronald McDonald House and the Ozarks Literacy Council. Josh likes to be engaged within the community because "it is right for us to give back and help when we can."
Jordan is a Junior at MSU majoring in Hospitality and Restaurant Administration with a minor in communication. Jordan is involved with PHA, Alpha Chi Omega, University Ambassadors, and Eta Sigma Delta. In these organizations, Jordan has held 3 different positions that work with the community and is currently the Vice president of Community Relations for PHA. Over her time at MSU, she has been involved with many different community agencies to say the least! Jordan says she is engaged in the community because "I am able to share my time and talents. I enjoy being able to give back to the community and know that I am making a difference."
Tyler McLain is a senior at Missouri State University majoring in Public Relations. Tyler has been very involved on campus to say the least. Tyler is a University Ambassador, committee chair for Relay For Life and was the President of his fraternity Phi Gamma Delta in 2013. He has had various types of service experiences with his favorite being volunteering at runs that sponsor philanthropic organizations. Tyler has been heavily involved with Relay For Life for the past eight years and continues to support this great cause. Tyler said that he is engaged in the community because he believes that we all need to help each other in our time of need and to also improve the world we live in. "Community engagement has led me to give back as much as I can whether it is time or money. I like volunteering in the community, but philanthropy is what I really care about. I love helping these great causes like Relay For Life, so hopefully one day there will be a cure for Cancer."