Rex Report Spring 2018
TAGS: Student Story

NAME: Jason Coscio

HOMETOWN: Hopewell Junction, New York

AIC AFFILIATION: Bachelor of science in business administration ’16, MBA candidate summer 2018, graduate assistant in the developmental education department, mentor in the Scholar Athletes program

IN BRIEF: A hardworking, adaptive, and motivated individual who cares about helping others and giving his all in everything he does

HONORS: 2018 Yellow Jacket of the Year Award winner (presented to the student-athlete that best exemplifies AIC athletics in character, talent, and, spirit), Dean’s List, Athletic Director’s 3.0 Club

HIGHER DEDICATION: Organized the baseball team’s food drive, which yielded 1,400 pounds of canned goods for local charities

BIGGEST LIFE LESSON: Not to take anything for granted—every moment in life is precious; and to live each moment with focus, understanding, and purpose

ON THE MOUND: Two-year captain of the AIC baseball team, starting pitcher, top reliever, all the while being legally blind in one eye

HOBBIES: Fishing, bike riding, pickup football, reading, working out, Fortnite

FUN FACT: Has a collection of Rubik’s Cubes and can solve them

PHILOSOPHY: “If serving is below you, then leadership is beyond you.”

WHAT’S NEXT? Graduating from AIC with an MBA in August, then working in NYC

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MBA PROGRAM AT AIC, VISIT:
aic.edu/admissions