Matthew Allen Wins Plymouth State University 2013 Student Employee of the Year Award

April 22nd, 2013 by blyndes

 

Matthew Allen accepts 2013 Student Employee of the Year from PSU President Sara Jayne Steen.

PLYMOUTH, N.H. –Matthew Allen has won the prestigious Plymouth State University Student Employee of the Year Award. Allen, a senior majoring in Adventure Education , works at PSU’s Outdoor Center, where he has earned praise for his initiative, positive outlook and collaborative skills in working with students, staff and faculty. Allen was nominated for the award by the staff at the Outdoor Center. In addition, Allen was named the New Hampshire Student Employee of the year by the North East Association of Student Employment Administrators.

Allen is the son of  James and Denise Allen of  St. Louis, Missouri. In photo, right to left, Plymouth State University President Sara Jayne Steen presents the Student Employee of the Year Award to Allen, who hopes to work in a field with school-age children.

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