Sarah Wysock has been named March Gapple of the Month for her services to Golden Apple ISU, notably her work on the Pathway Recruitment and Mentoring committees!
Gapples of the Month are chosen by the Executive Board after all members are given the chance to nominate Gapples who have demonstrated hard work, dedication, and a passion for GAISU and teaching.
Get to know Sarah:
“Hello, I’m Sarah Wysock and I am from Joliet, IL. I am a 2011 Pathway Scholar and am so honored to have been chosen to join this family of future leaders. I am currently a junior Spanish Education major with a minor in international studies and TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). I am not quite sure yet where I want to teach, but I am excited to find out! I am currently a member of College Mentors for Kids, Sigma Delta Pi (Honors Spanish Society), and am secretary for the Pathway Committee for Golden Apple Club. I also tutor at University High School and work at Einsteins. I love being able to spread the word about Golden Apple to underclassmen at ISU because I want them all to have the same amazing opportunities I have been given. I know because of Golden Apple I will one day grow into am amazing educator and role model, and I want to be able to share this feeling with everyone!”
We would like to congratulate and celebrate Sarah and her many accomplishments! Thank you for your hard work for Golden Apple ISU!