Writing Center Consultants
Jennifer Donaldson is a senior at Rocky Mountain College. She is majoring in business management and literary studies, with hopes to attend law school after graduation. Jennifer is originally from Pocatello, Idaho, and decided to come to RMC when she was recruited to play on the volleyball team. Besides volleyball, Jennifer enjoys skiing, boating, and spending time with her friends.
Christopher Scoles is a Billings native and senior at RMC and plans to major in art before moving on to graduate school in pursuit of a master's degree. He started tutoring in the fall of 2012 and quickly recognized how rewarding it felt to help students achieve their goals in writing. When not in the Writing Center or working on homework, Christopher enjoys drawing, overanalyzing films, and gaming.
Teresa joined the Writing Center as a tutor in November 2012. She has always enjoyed writing, particularly in the areas of creative fiction, poetry, and scripting. Working in the Writing Center has been a great experience for her as she enjoys engaging in conversations with students that develop their writing and thought processes, as well as her own. If you find her in the Writing Center, she will most likely be working on quirky handouts while drinking coffee and listening to jazz. She invites students to visit Tyler Hall 207 and feel free to comment on the paint job.
Amanda is in her second year at Rocky Mountain College on track to get a degree in music education. Upon graduation, she hopes to get a job teaching K-12 music in small-town Montana. Amanda is originally from Sunburst, Mont., and is extremely excited to help students develop their writing techniques. When not working or practicing, Amanda enjoys spending time with friends, cooking, reading, and dancing.
Chris is a sophomore at Rocky Mountain College, majoring in biology and minoring in mathematics. He aspires to attend either medical or graduate school after finishing at RMC. After joining the Writing Center in 2013, he immediately noticed how enjoyable it is to work with writers in developing their ideas and how this results in being introduced to different methods of reasoning. He enjoys playing music and reading.
Maryrose is a junior at RMC, studying political science. She hails from the small town of Clyde Park, Mont., where she played on the volleyball and basketball teams and ran track. While at RMC, Maryrose has worked with the housing and residence life department, student activities, LEAP, and now looks forward to tutoring in the Writing Center. As a tutor she is excited to help students in political science, history, philosophy, and English, as well as in disciplines where she has less experience.