Business Administration, 2015
From New Orleans to Boston, Bart Good (’15) took advantage of Student Leadership opportunities which he states helped him understand what it means to be a leader. “I learned about the qualities of being an effective leader and came to understand that leadership is needed regardless of the task or position assigned. You do not have to be the designated leader to lead. You can be a leader in any role you chose” he said.
While earning his degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing, Bart was involved in many different leadership positions. He enjoyed working with Habitat for Humanity (Student Chapter); being a Chancellor’s Ambassador, representing the University at the SC State House; serving as Homecoming Committee Chair and participating in the Student Leadership Program.
Bart says that some of his fondest memories include attending alternative fall break in New Orleans working on houses with Habitat for Humanity. Participating in the Leadership Exchange class which is a major component of the Student Leadership Program was incredible. It allowed him to visit with other student leaders at Suffolk University in Boston to see how another campus in a different part of the country works and the cultural differences between the two.
Bart stated that his USC Aiken experience confirmed what he felt from the very beginning…“that USC Aiken is one big family. The faculty and staff are friendly, approachable, and always committed to your success. Once you graduate you are part of the Pacer family forever. I hope to represent USCA well and share my experiences to new students who choose to be a Pacer.”
Article Submitted by Christian Medders, Alumni Office Intern, Spring 2016