Each year Project Success hires approximately 20 student tutors to tutor in the areas of Mathematics, Spanish and English. All Project Success tutors must have strong academic skills and a basic understanding of the unique needs of our Project Success students.
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Phone: (920) 424-1033
Dr. William R. Kitz
Academic Program Manager
Dr. William R. Kitz is the former director of Project Success. Dr. Kitz began working at the program in 1980. He received his Undergraduate degree from UW Oshkosh, his Master’s from UW Whitewater and his Ph.D. in Special Education from UW Madison.
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Jayme Reichenberger has a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Mathematics Education and a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from UW Oshkosh. Jayme has worked for the Project Success program since 2009, beginning as a student tutor for mathematics.
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Academic Program Manager
Lacey Beaman has a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Ripon College. As well as, a Masters Degree in Special Education. Lacey is responsible for administering Learning Disability Assessments to our walk-in and summer students. Lacey has been working with Project Success since October 2012.
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Academic Program Specialist
Ashley entered the Process Success Summer Program in 2009, and as an active student was able to work as a student employee until taking an internship in 2013. She graduated in August of 2013 with a Bachelors Degree in Human Service Leadership and was hired on as the Program Assistant until accepting the Educational Assistant position in November 2013 and now the Academic Program Specialist position in July 2017.
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Mike started in Project Success as a math tutor in 1988. Upon entering grad school in 1989, he was a PS Graduate Assistant until 1994, earning an M.S. as a Community Counselor in Human Services. From then until the present he has been the Math Skills and Assessment Specialist in Multicultural Retention Programs on our campus, where he now works part-time. Since Fall 2015 he has been helping students with any math or math-related coursework including statistics and research methods.
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Administrative Assistant II
Megan began in the Project Success Summer Program in 2014 and was able to work as a student desk worker until her internship with Project Success in 2019. Megan graduated in August of 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in Human Services Leadership from the University. Following graduation, in September of 2019 she accepted a position as the Administrative Assistant.
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