Writing Center Consultants


Melody

Melody plans to attend law school after graduation and is very politically active throughout the community. She has plans to either practice law or run for political office after law school. The Writing Center is perfect for Melody as she is very passionate about mentoring and helping others. In her free time she writes for The Summit as well as freelance poetry, short stories, and political editorials.


Jordan

Jordan is a sophomore at RMC and is majoring in Communication Studies. Born and raised in Billings, she aspires to be a news anchor on national television. Jordan loves to be involved on campus by cheerleading, peer mentoring, and serving as a teacher’s assistant for English 119. In her free time, Jordan can be found at Starbucks or napping with her three cats. 


Kajlea

Kajlea is a senior at Rocky Mountain College majoring in Creative Writing and Communication Studies. She was born in Billings, but spent most of her life in Helena until moving back to Billings to attend Rocky. She hopes to one day move into the big city and become a creative director for a social media based company. Whenever Kajlea isn’t working or at school, you can often find her running, training at the gym, dancing, or playing with her dog, Oliver. Kajlea hopes to pass along her passion for reading and writing to every student she encounters in the Writing Center.


Bri

Brianna is a junior at Rocky Mountain College, majoring in small business. She plans on continuing her education in sonography. She enjoys reading, attempting to play guitar, and loving on kitties. In the Writing Center she hopes to use the love and skills she’s developed as a writer to help others. She aspires to provide the help she received when she visited the writing center.


Faith

Faith is a junior and Elementary Education major at Rocky Mountain College. She enjoys drawing, nannying, and taking care of her plant babies. Faith was first nervous to work in the Writing Center, but then realized the positive impact she could make on students’ writing.