Rising Star Young Alumni Awards
These awards are presented to young alumni (graduates of the past decade) who have enjoyed considerable early career success and are an inspiration to current students. Nominations come from faculty, staff, and alumni. Selection is made by President Murphy.
About the 2013 Recipients
Adam Carr, Class of 2008
Adam graduated with a B.A. in business JSC in 2008. While a student, he gained exposure to a number of athletic pursuits, including climbing and skiing, but it was cycling that won his heart — so he and his roommate founded a cycling program here and competed nationally for JSC for three years. After graduation, Adam signed on with an elite-level cycling team in Texas, then turned pro the following year, racing with a team in California. Today Adam has moved back to Vermont, where he remains a full-time professional racer and is helping to build a professional Vermont cycling team.
Emily Hamlin, Class of 2008
Emily Hamlin, class of 2008, graduated magna cum laude and with a degree in political science and double-minors in business and pre-law. She went on to earn a master's degree in public administration degree from Syracuse University and now serves as an emergency management planner with the Vermont Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security.
Julie Sloan, Class of 2003
Julie earned her B.S. in health sciences with physical education licensure from JSC in 2003 and went on to earn her master's in education degree in both curriculum and instruction and in sport psychology from the University of Vermont. She is a teacher and coach at Mount Mansfield High School, a part-time JSC faculty member, and a valued mentor for JSC students.