Kaycee Campbell, College Project Officer

  1. Major: Entomology and American Sign Language
  2. Desired Career Goals:  After completing my Associates In Science, I plan to transfer to Cornell University in New York. I will then earn a Bachelors Degree in Entomology, and move on to my Masters Degree continuing my education at Cornell. Once I achieve a Masters Degree, I plan to research insects all over the world and find benefits to their existence, and possibly find undiscovered species. Perhaps, I will move on to a Doctorate after that.
  3. Strength Quest results: Achiever, Ideation, Developer, Input, Individualization 
  4. Position description: My peers elected me as the College Project Officer. This position requires me to be a team player, and a team leader. I guide my team in projects that will improve the over-all quality of our two campuses, working closely with Mesa Community College Administration. Together, we will make a difference to the lives of many Mesa Community College students, staff and visitors. 
  5. What are your goals for Phi Theta Kappa :  A few of my personal goals for Phi Theta Kappa include upholding the traditions of past officer teams, and leading out Chapter into greatness. Motivated by past successes, I aspire to help Omicron Beta be an Internationally Recognized Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. I also want to build an everlasting relationship with not only my fellow officers and advisers, but with all members of the Chapter. It is not just the officer team that is great, but the General Members that help support us. Among many other goals for this year, I also wish to assist in putting into motion a sustainable project that will keep giving back to our college year after year. With your help, we can make this possible.