Meet student leader Jessie Trainor
Nipissing students consistently impress as leaders, in the classroom, on campus and in the community. Recently the university celebrated 25 student leaders at the annual Dave Marshall Leadership Awards. Over the coming months, NU News will introduce each student leader to the wider community with a short article discussing their accomplishments and activities. Today, we are pleased to profile Jessie Trainor, who is working toward a Bachelor of Arts degree, with Honours in Criminal Justice, Criminology stream.
Trainor is a high academic achiever balancing multiple commitments - her studies, her volunteer positions, and her part-time academic success program assistant position in Student Development and Services. She has maintained top marks throughout her time at Nipissing, earning the President’s Scholarship every year for the last four years. In her academic success program assistant role, Trainor uses her academic strengths to support her peers with achieving their own academic goals.
Trainor’s volunteer positions comprise a variety of roles for both on campus groups and off campus community organizations, including Amelia Rising | Sexual Assault Centre of Nipissing, Canadian Mental Health Association: Centre of Friends, Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, Criminal Justice Honours Society, and others.
Trainor actively seeks out opportunities to become involved in and to grow as a person. She is continually striving to create a positive environment for those around her. Trainor’s exceptional work ethic and drive to be her best person is an inspiration.
The university community is proud to recognize Jessie Trainor with a Dave Marshall Leadership Award in the Academic Category.