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Dajah V. Jones Honored as Latest ‘Student of the Month’

Dajah V. JonesDajah V. Jones, an early childhood education major from Hummelstown, has been chosen as November’s Student of the Month by the Student Government Association at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Jones is a member of the National Residence Hall Honorary (which represents the top 1 percent of students living in campus housing in the United States) and the Early Educators club, and is active in United Campus Ministries.

“She loves kids “¦ and she takes pride in her major,” her nominator said, noting that Jones also was among the participants in a recent trick-or-treat program for youngsters parading through the college’s Village housing complex.

“When I’m stressed, she makes me laugh,” the fellow student added. “She gives me advice with my speech homework when I really need help!” Jones also can be found on move-in day, assisting first-year students as they unload their belongings and get acquainted with their new surroundings, her nominator said.

The Student of the Month is selected based on commitment, service, role-model behavior, academics, leadership and campus involvement. Nominations from faculty/staff and other students are strongly encouraged.

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