Student Leadership

Student Leadership

The Skyline Writing Center is a student-run, student-centered program that puts tutors in important decision-making and organizational roles.

Each year, three Writing Center seniors are selected to serve as program leaders to mentor and train tutors, maintain our partnerships, organize the publication of Teen Spirit, and develop exceptional events, like our International Write-In for Change.

Our 2021-2022 student leaders are Peter Cohn (’22), Sydney Cunningham (’22), Caitlyn Donnelly (’22), and Salsabeel Hodge (’23).

Previous Student Leaders

2020-2021: Erin Page, Sophie Reznick, Elizabeth Smith, Jocelyn Valenzuela 
2019-2020: Alison MacGillivray, Gianna Shipp, Madeleine Van Delden
2018-2019: Emma Rose Carpenter, Carsten Finholt, Isabella Preissle
2017-2018: Brigette Bauer, Bailey Christensen, Madeline Small
2016-2017: Anne Boyd, Christopher Morgan-Martin, Star Su
2015-2016: Skylar Burkhardt
2014-2015: Adriana Hassan

Writing Center Houses

The Writing Center’s House system is a tiered mentoring system designed to create a more personalized climate for tutors in the Writing Center so that they can use their voice, find a home, and receive individual feedback and mentoring.  Each of our student leaders mentors a group of 8-10 of their Writing Center peers throughout the year to help Writing Center feel like a team and to ensure that all tutors can be at their very best while collaborating with their classmates.

Meet Our Second Trimester Tutors

Click each tutors name to see their introduction video!

First Hour: Claire Kozma (’22), Liam McGlohon (’23), Morgan Nalepa (’23), Olivia Palmbos (’23)
Second Hour: 
Riya Patchava (’22)
Third Hour: Lily Carlson (’23), Avery Christensen (’22), Jenna Reid (’22), Sydney Thompson (’22)
Fourth Hour: Nadya Babushkin (’22), Ava Dawson (’24), Caitlyn Donnelly (’22), Caroline Vance (’23)
Fifth Hour: Avivah Mitchel (’23), Ella Myers (’23), Matayia Newbern (’22), Charlotte Perry (’23), Kristel Solano (’23), Sarah Wajdi (’22)

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