A student support program at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) has new leadership.
Shannon Teamer brings both personal and professional experience with TRiO programs to his new role as Director of Project Achieve TRiO Student Support Services. He replaces former Director Mel Clancy, who retired this year.
Teamer previously served as both Coordinator of Talent Search and Director of Student Support Services at Creighton University. In 2016, he created and chaired a citywide National TRiO Day Celebration that included UNO, Creighton, Nebraska Methodist College, AIM Institute and Metro Community College.
Most recently, Teamer was a contracted project manager for the Omaha Chamber of Commerce, leading the launch of CAREEROCKIT which offered more than 10,000 hands-on career experiences for students with more than 90 Greater Omaha area businesses.
Teamer is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in African American Studies. He earned a Master of Business Administration from the Heider College of Business, Creighton University.
TRIO Project Achieve is a federally-funded program. It provides support to undergraduate students who qualify as first-generation students, limited income students or students with disabilities. Activities and services emphasize development of skills necessary for becoming more efficient and independent learners.
To get in touch with Teamer, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 402.554.2647.
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