Nicole Jones joined the FYS office in September 2016 as a Transition Coach. She provides academic coaching to students participating in the Volunteer Bridge program, advises students transitioning between majors, and teaches a FYS 101 course. Nicole received both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Georgia and hopes to begin work on a Ph.D. in the near future. She spent 5 years working for the federal government in investigative and analytical roles, and has worked in higher education, specifically in advising related positions, for 8 years and counting. When not at work, Nicole can usually be found reading, spending time with her dogs, hiking, or trying to decide what to watch next on Netflix.
“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.”
“Sleep is good, he said, and books are better.”
– George R.R. Martin
Master of Education in College Student Affairs Administration, University of Georgia
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Georgia
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