Eric Mountain holding a guitar.

Alumni Profile

Eric Mountain

Student Leader: Kate Hartsough

Serving as a student leader is an amazing opportunity to help and work with Freshman that are going through the same experience you went through when you were in their shoes. I wanted to become a student leader because my student leader for EAS 199 was extremely helpful and I wanted to be that type of leader to future students."

What did serving as a Student Leader mean to you? What motivated you to participate?
Serving as a student leader is an amazing opportunity to help and work with Freshman that are going through the same experience you went through when you were in their shoes. I wanted to become a student leader because my student leader for EAS 199 was extremely helpful and I wanted to be that type of leader to future students.

A memory that remains with me from my Student Leader days is:
One of my memories from my first day as a student leader is when my groups were sending me emails with questions. Many of the questions were similar to those that my group asked when we were Freshman, which reminded me how similar they were to me on my first day.

Any leaders you'd like to shout-out to?
I would like to shout-out to my EAS 199 student leader Bre Dahn and my EAS 199 TA Zach Perkins for making my experience so enjoyable. The learning atmosphere that they established allowed me to improve my critical thinking, and overall helped confirm my goal to become an engineer.