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Jake Kennon

Year: 
2012
Hometown: 
Seattle, WA
Major/minor: 
Economics / International Relations
Courses TRAC'ed: 
BIS / MKT 331, ENGR 211 (IPD), and POLS 295

Interesting internships, activities, hobbies, or experiences:

Weekly radio show on WLVR; member of Bowling Club, South Mountain College, and Technology in Society community; played drums in and recorded original album with band of fellow students.

What does TRAC mean to you?

The TRAC program has not only helped me become a better writer, but a better thinker. Between the seminar class and the ongoing interactions with the Fellows, faculty and the students in my TRAC classes, I have been exposed to new ways of looking at the composition process which improve my own analytical and writing skills as well as my ability to help students understandĀ theirĀ writing. What really keeps me in the program, though, is the people themselves: TRAC Fellows and the faculty who oversee the program are simply the most real, down-to-earth, thoughtful group of people around. They are genuinely passionate about TRAC and work tirelessly to improve it every day.