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The application for AIM 2017 is now closed.

If you would like to speak with someone about the program please contact Dan McDevitt at dmcdevit@sju.edu

Meet the 2017 AIM Program Mentors!

Hayley Burns

Hayley Burns

Class: 2020

Major: International Business

Hometown: Baltimore, MD

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU:  Being accepted for admission into the Writing Center. It's a goal I worked toward and, as I've always loved editing, this is a way for me to improve my skills while doing something I love.

Hadassah Colbert

Hadassah Colbert

Class: 2020

Major: Interdisciplinary Health Services

Hometown: Lancaster, PA

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: Meeting my very close friends and the people I'm living with

Abby Goldbach

Class: 2020

Major: Undecided Business

Hometown: Garnet Valley, PA

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: APEX!!!!

Ryan Good

Ryan Good

Class: 2019

Major: Marketing

Hometown: Altoona, PA

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: Going to the Phillies game with the AIM program

Lisa Jurewicz

Lisa Jurewicz

Class: 2020

Major: English and Secondary Education

Hometown: Royersford, PA

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: My most memorable moment at SJU was going on the Ignite Retreat. It was a very fulfilling experience and I met many amazing people.

Maggie McGill

Maggie McGill

Class: 2020

Major: English and Secondary Education

Hometown: Collegeville, PA

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: Being handed my key on move in day when the student smiled at me and said "welcome home"

Jess Micale

Jessica Micale

Class: 2020

Major: Biology

Hometown: East Windsor, PA

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: My most memorable moment from freshman year was Bid Day when rushing my sorority, Phi Sigma Sigma.

Rebecca Penza

Rebecca Penza

Class: 2020

Major: Communications

Hometown: Doylestown, PA

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: Declaring my major. I felt like I actually found a place on campus. The people involved made a difference too.

Madison ROjas

Madison Rojas

Class: 2020

Major: Finance

Hometown: Rochester, NY

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: Move-in day, injuring myself and going to the health office, but quickly gaining friends that helped me laugh it off!

Melanie Ross

Melanie Ross

Class: 2020

Major: Undecided Business

Hometown: Lincroft, NJ

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: Going to the first basketball game and cheering with everyone, I felt right at home and where I should be.

Michael Swan

Michael Swan

Class: 2020

Major: Undecided Business

Hometown: Syracuse, NY

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: First SJU Basketball home game

Alyssa Trybus

Alyssa Trybus

Class: 2019

Major: Communications

Hometown: Altoona, PA

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: Making new friends and joining the cheer team.

Kimberly Uno

Kimberly Uno

Class: 2020

Major: Accounting

Hometown: Bridgewater, NJ

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: Taking a yoga class before finals. It really helped de-stress me.

Brianna Williams

Brianna Williams

Class: 2020

Major: Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing

Hometown: Garnet Valley, PA

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: My most memorable moment from freshman year was rushing a sorority. It gave me a great group of friends and a new confidence.

Alex W

Alex Wolodkowicz

Class: 2019

Major: Sports Marketing, Economics

Hometown: Waldwick, NJ

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: The most memorable moment from my freshman year was going to the Phillies game with AIM.

Michael Zelinka

Michael Zelinka

Class: 2020

Major: Undecided Humanities

Hometown: Cinnaminson, NJ

Memorable moment from your freshman year at SJU: In the beginning of the school year a friend of mine and I were helping a girl do laundry when the washing machine overfilled a little. After it overflowed we noticed it made the ground slippery, and we turned the basement floor into a home made slip and slide (we cleaned it up of course).