FAREWELL TO STUDENT WORKER NATHAN SEAGO
SSC recently said goodbye to longtime student worker, Nathan Seago, who worked for our Asset Management Program Team (AMPT) for the past two and half years. Last May, Nathan graduated from A&M with a degree in geology and continued to work for SSC until he landed a position in his field. Upon his departure, Nathan posted a very heartfelt message on LinkedIn (which we got his permission to share):
Yesterday I clocked out for the last time as a student worker for the Asset Management Program Team at SSC - Facilities Services for Texas A&M's College Station campus. The past two and a half years have been very rewarding to see and learn about the mechanical systems and the people that keep all of the classrooms, research labs, offices, dining halls, dorms, athletic fields, auditoriums, recreation centers, and grounds maintained and looking good for the students, faculty, staff, and visitors of Aggieland. A very big thanks to Felix Flores for inviting me to start this position that summer of 2016 and for teaching me the great lesson, "It's not a mistake if you can't fix it." Thank you to all those at SSC for encouraging me and providing excellent examples of customer service. I'm now off to Tennessee where I will start next week as a Project Geologist for Nyrstar Middle Tennessee Mines at their underground zinc mine!
Nathan, thank you for all of your hard work during your time at SSC. We’re so excited that you landed a job in the mining industry and can’t wait to hear where life takes you!