Career Services Student Worker of the Month: Bailey Lindsey

By Marette Hahn
GCU Career Services

The customary back-and-forth of “thank you, you’re awesome!” and “no, thank YOU – YOU’RE awesome!” is emblematic of the hard-working and polite nature of junior Bailey Lindsey, April’s Student Worker of the Month at Grand Canyon University.

Nominated by her hiring manager, Ricky Bezanson, for her willingness to take on extra projects with a smile and for being a shining example of GCU’s mission, Lindsey has excelled in her student worker position as an accounting specialist.

Lindsey’s role in accounting has allowed her to be successful in the classroom and her “three-ish” jobs that take up her free time. In addition to working four days a week at GCU, she also coaches fifth- and sixth-grade girls’ basketball and is doing freelance design work for her summer internship at AudioFlood, based in Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Lindsey, whose major is digital design with an emphasis in web design, came to GCU as a pole vaulter on the Lopes track team. After two years as a student athlete, she now is focusing more on academics and her jobs. After graduating, Lindsey hopes to do freelance design work and perhaps own a business.

As someone who loves to brainstorm new ideas, strive to improve and show appreciation for her co-workers, Lindsey truly does exemplify GCU’s mission. Consider yourself lucky if you cross paths: Her awesomeness banter is just one of her wonderful, considerate qualities.

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Bible Verse

Jesus taught his disciples, saying: "Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more important than food, and the body more important than clothes?" (Matthew 6:25)

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