Andrew Sexton named MSU Service Learning Coordinator


The Center for Career Development and Experiential Education at Morehead State University is pleased to announce the addition of Andrew Sexton (Class of 2020, 2022) as Service Learning Coordinator.

“I’m so excited to be returning to my alma mater to use my knowledge, skills and experience in a meaningful way,” Sexton said. “I believe this position will allow me to meet the needs of MSU faculty, staff, and students while connecting them with relevant community stakeholders to pursue common goals.”

Service-learning is the integration of classroom instruction with a community service project, and Sexton will provide support to students and faculty interested in integrating service-learning projects into the classroom. class. Through the Level UP: Experience your Future initiative, it will further support students to ensure they develop and can articulate critical professional skills such as oral communication, critical thinking and professionalism as part of their experience. service learning.

“We are fortunate to have Andrew on our team. MSU has a long tradition of service-learning, as evidenced by our recognition as an engaged institution in the Carnegie Foundation community,” said Megan Boone, director of the Center for Career Development and Experiential Education. “We look forward to seeing him continue to develop the service-learning program.”

Sexton is a Morehead native who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Spanish in 2020 and a Masters in Public Administration in 2022. He comes to the center with a background in community service and service learning through his participation in the AmeriCorps VISTA program. This experience has allowed her to work closely with community organizations and strategic partners to address critical needs in the region, focusing her work with Gateway’s Homeless Coalition. He has a network of community partners that he plans to use to build and cultivate relationships to more fully engage faculty and students in projects that impact MSU’s 22-county service region. .

Sexton brings a wealth of knowledge of campus life and student activities through his previous roles as Vice President of Campus Engagement for the Student Government Association (SGA) and Coordinator of Weekend Programming within of the Campus Activities Board (CAB). He is currently a graduate student at Morehead State University in the Adult and Higher Education program, where he will eventually earn a Master of Arts in Adult and Higher Education.

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