Meet the 2014 Volunteers of the Game
Montana volunteers deserve recognition. Montana Campus Compact and the Governor's Office of Community Service recognized outstanding student volunteers during the home NAIA Frontier League football season. Volunteers were nominated by campus civic engagement offices and recognized on the field at home games. Thank you to the commissioners, chancellors, and presidents who helped present the awards!
Rocky Mountain College, September 27th- Samantha Zetler was recognized for her role in facilitating projects on hunger and homelessness, particularly among veterans, in the Billings community.
MSU-Northern, October 18th- Joseph Vernon was recognized for revitalizing MSUN's recycling efforts and doubling the number of recycling bins on campus.
UM-Western, October 18th- Cody Westbrook was recognized for coordinating Jump Rope for Heart activities in elementary schools and raising awareness in the community about violence against women.
MT-Tech, October 25th- Matthew Foster was recognized for developing the MT Tech student veterans' organization and tutoring high school students through the AmeriCorps Campus Service Corps.
Carroll College, November 8th- Kevin McNamee was recognized for being among Carroll's top students in cumulative service hours through organizations such as Campus Ministry, Headlights, Paint the Town Pink, and Engineers without Borders