Goodbye, Alyssa Steele
After almost 2 years you’re leaving SUNY Polytechnic Institute onto a new place for your future at SUNY Oswego. Honestly many students including myself will greatly miss you when you leave this Friday on February 17th. I know for one I’m very grateful for all you have done here at SUNY Poly, as a very introverted student you help me become more extroverted at the end of my 4 years here. I have had you as an adviser for many things I have been a part of: Campus Activities Board, Colleges Against Cancer, and SUNY Boarders Club. You have made each club and org much better. You have given us all ideas that will help us later in life and better our team building.
The one thing I’m most thankful is the ski trip you and Jenn George suggested to me for my club. All the planning for it the past few weeks, up to it being your last day at SUNY Poly, I feel is a good going away gift. Hopefully it will be an awesome trip that you will remember for a long time. Thank you for all you have done planning the ski trip.
Since you have been apart of SUNY Poly you became the CAB adviser and everyone in CAB will miss you for all your helpful and thoughtful tips when we plan our events. I know you enjoyed each and every CAB event. I never had the chance to go to NACA with you and the others in CAB but the stories they execs brought back the past two times you went were very funny and enjoyable to hear. CAB as a group will miss you very dearly and hope you do well in the future at Oswego. We will continue to achieve even when you leave and will keep you informed of our accomplishments. Thank you for being an amazing CAB adviser.
Colleges Against Cancer, being a new club, have become something very exceptional and have a lot of potential to improve. Your passion and enthusiasm really helps us develop and achieve our goals for the Relay For Life this year. It’s sad you’re leaving before we have our Relay For Life, but the time you spent organizing last year’s with the 2016 committee is helping us for SUNY Poly’s second. I know for me being a part of Relay has really made me more involved and improve on myself. I thank you for being very supportive and helpful during the Relay process.
All I can say is thank you, Mrs. Alyssa Steele. You’re one of the most influential people I’ve met during my college career. I will never forget this time. I will miss seeing you on campus, bringing smiles to everyone’s faces. You will be missed very much and I hope Oswego is an amazing experience for you.