Mount Olive College hires recruiters
By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on August 24, 2006 1:47 PM
MOUNT OLIVE - Two recent graduates of Mount Olive College have joined the school as admissions representatives.
Brad Evans of Grifton and Kevin Daniels of Goldsboro will be responsible for all aspects of the admission recruitment cycle within an assigned geographical territory.
They will present and promote the mission of the college to prospective and transfer students, and will participate in a wide variety of functions including travel, special events, interviews, analysis and review of applications, telemarketing and communication.
Because of his recent experience as a student and athlete at Mount Olive, Daniels said he feels they offer a fresh outlook of what college life is like.
Evans says he hopes to increase enrollment by bringing in quality students who want to excel both mentally and spiritually.
"I can see the impact that great students have had on the college before me and in the same way, I want to recruit students that will keep Mount Olive College the college it is today and will be tomorrow," he said.
While at Mount Olive, Evans was a student athletic trainer and also promoted the college as an ambassador.
Daniels was born in a U.S. Army hospital in Frankfurt, Germany, but currently resides in Goldsboro. Before coming to MOC, he served in the Air Force.
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