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Eleven students to be honored at Super Leaders induction

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Eleven students in the Super Leaders program will be recognized during an induction ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday, November 22, in the Billingsly Student Center Ballroom.

Now in its fifth semester, the program is a joint effort between Missouri Southern and the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce's Young Professionals Network to identify, cultivate and motivate future community leaders currently enrolled in college.

The fall 2014 inductees are:

Timothy Arr: Sophomore, environmental health and safety major, Sarcoxie.

Jessica Beck: Senior, accounting major, Neosho.

Juan Brady: Senior, graphic design major, Joplin.

Breana Clark: Senior, human resource management and Spanish major, Joplin.

Kyle Davidson: Sophomore, business major, Miller, Mo.

Guillermo Diaz: Junior, psychology and Spanish major, Belton, Mo.

Cara Gooch: Senior, marketing and management major, Bolivar, Mo.

Jacob Harp: Senior, human resource management major, Roscoe, Ill.

Brooklyn Lampe: Senior, environmental health major, Carthage, Mo.

Jude Obeto: Senior, health science and business major, Nigeria.

Inesa Stevens: Junior, marketing major, Udine, Italy.

Participants completed eight sessions that explored topics such as Motive Matters and leadership development, small business and economic development, non-profits, science and technology, manufacturing and international business, health care, and marketing, media and advertising.

“It was exciting to see these 11 students complete a semester of personal and professional growth,” said Nicole Brown, director of Career Services. “The students have been in awe of the numerous opportunities in the community that they never knew existed.”

Applications are now being accepted for the spring class of Super Leaders. For more information, visit www.mssu.edu/career/student-super-leaders.

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