Meet Berveline Moise
Campus Recreation alumni take their experiences across the world and into a variety of fields. We talked with Berveline Moise who worked with Campus Rec as a Customer Service Representative at The Leach and Fitness & Movement Clinic. Today, Berveline works at DISC Village Inc. as a Health and Wellness Specialist.
Program Area: Fitness Facility Operations
Education: Florida State University | Psychology, Class of 2019
Nova South Eastern | Nova Southeastern University, In Progress
Job: Health and Wellness Specialist, DISC Village Inc.
Current City: Tallahassee, FL
My role as a Health and Wellness Specialist involves providing a curriculum that focuses on trauma, coping skills and problem solving for elementary and middle school aged students. Everyday I have the opportunity to make a positive impression on our youth through one-on-one sessions. The best part about my job is I get to tailor the curriculum to the student’s needs. This way I can effectively guide the student’s learning and thought process.
How did you get your start in Campus Recreation?
I started as a Customer Service Representative at Leach and the Fitness & Movement Clinic.
How did your time at Campus Rec contribute to your life and/or career goals?
During my time at Campus Rec, I had the opportunity to connect with professional staff. The connections I made contributed to my professional development. I learned how to form well written cover letters and personal statements, create an effective resume and conduct interviews. As a first generation college graduate, I’m grateful for the lessons and leadership opportunities offered by Campus Rec.
Tackling the high ropes course at the Rez! If you know me then you know I’m scared of heights. I remember Jorge and Kari motivating me to face my fears and join the team on the course. When I made it to the top I taken away by the view. The Rez is beautiful! I felt very accomplished and I still talk about that day.
What advice would you give yourself in college?
Don’t put too much on your plate and get some sleep. I was highly involved with campus organizations and during my last semester in college I experienced a burnout.
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