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Alumni Q&A: Jeff Christmas `02

By CSU Media | November 5, 2019

Jeff Christmas is currently a manager at Boeing South Carolina plant over the wiring team in Building 20 Cell 30. He has been an avionics technician for Boeing, and he is also a U.S. Army veteran.

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Q. What are some of the skills you learned at CSU that have benefited you the most?

I learned how to prioritize, work hard and do my best in everything that I do.  

Q. What faculty members impacted you?

Dr. Amie Scheidegger and Dr. Beth McConnell stayed on me and pushed me to do my best, and I thank them for it.

Q. What do you think has been the biggest contributor to your success? 

I really worked hard during that time in my life to complete my degree. I carried that hard work over to how I work every day in my life. My time in the Army also helped develop my skills and hard work into what I bring to work every day in my life.


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