Taylor Sapanara, College Project Officer
- Major: Double Major in Viola Performance and Music Education
- Desired Career Goals: After Mesa Community College, I will pursue a higher education at Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. From there I plan on attending New England Conservatory for a Master’s Degree and will gain valuable experience by collaborating with other musicians. My long term career goals aren’t very set in stone. I just hope someday that my music will make others as happy as it has made me.
- Strength Quest results: coming soon
- Position description: As College Project Officer, it is my privilege to receive feedback from students and faculty as to what best fits the college population’s needs. I am in charge of continuing sustainability of the previous College Project on diversity and inclusion while also finding the next need of the college. I hope to work closely with administration to ensure more students have a positive experience at Mesa Community College.
What are your goals for Phi Theta Kappa\: My goals for the Omicron Beta Chapter is to have a greater student retention rate. I hope through an engaging and informative College Project, students will be more likely to participate and become the scholar-servant leaders that our chapter and community desperately need. I also hope for more collaborations between departments that way all students leave this project with a better understanding of the positive impact of Phi Theta Kappa.