What began with a passion for volunteer work developed into a custom-designed degree program in business administration with a focus in non-profit management for Sam Wisel ’12.
Throughout his four-year experience at Plymouth State, Sam immersed himself in community service opportunities, such as serving on the boards of Pemi-Valley Habitat for Humanity and the Student Support Foundation, traveling to the southern US with Alternative Spring Break, and finally, traveling to Bolivia with the International Service Trip in 2012.
An internship with the Spaulding Youth Center, where he assisted with marketing and fundraising efforts, led to an opportunity to serve as PSU’s first Advancement Fellow, where he managed the Annual Fund Calling Program.
About his new role, Sam says, “Plymouth State has given me many opportunities to grow, as well as a wonderful education. I look forward to continue working with our alumni and donors to ensure that all students can access the wide range of academic and enrichment opportunities that I found so valuable during my experience at Plymouth State.”