Being the coordinator of student engagement at the Quad-Cities Campus allows Tiffany Hamilton to have a positive impact on students. Her job in the Student Life Office gives students life experiences, putting them into situations where they have to deal with conflict, timeliness, deadlines and public speaking. The Student Life Office provides the training ground for students to really perfect the skills they are going to need to find their dream jobs.
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A position at Black Hawk College was a great opportunity for Tiffany to use her education. Originally from Dubuque, Iowa, Tiffany finished her master’s degree in college student personnel in North Carolina and decided to return to the Midwest to start her family closer to home.
Tiffany oversees the Quad-Cities Campus Student Government Association and works with all student clubs on campus to ensure all known resources are available to them. Tiffany is also the person students should contact if they are interested in starting a new club on campus.
“My favorite part about working at BHC is the students,” she says. Tiffany used to work at four-year colleges with residential students between the ages of 18-22. The opportunity to interact with students with a variety of ages, experiences and backgrounds is also a part of why she loves being here.