Jayme Scott enters her third year as athletic department administrative assistant and cheerleading coach at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology during the 2017-18 academic year.
Scott came to Rose-Hulman after spending 10 years as the manager, cheerleading instructor and tumbling instructor at Terre Haute Cheer University. She managed daily operations, customer relations, and staff and event coordinations. Her efforts included designing advertisting materials, coaching, teaching classes and developing chorography.
Scott's cheerleading experience also includes one year as assistant cheerleading coach at Terre Haute South Vigo High School. She supported coordination of team tryouts, camps and practices, and served on the coaching staff for the junior varsity and varsity squads.
Scott spent two years as office assistant to the Indiana State University President's Office from 2008-10. Her efforts included file maintenance, answering phones, greeting visitors and scheduling. She also coordinated correspondence delivery to campus departments, prepared presentations and handled large mailings.
She has also served as a teaching assistant at Indiana State University for one semester, organizing lesson plans, developing quizzes and grading course materials.
Scott earned a bachelor's degree in communications with a concentration in public relations at Indiana State in 2012. Jayme and her husband Clinton are also the parents of one-year old son Everett.
A Special Tribute
The Rose-Hulman cheerleading program honors our late coach Bretta Schriner. She put up the best fight, but ultimately lost her battle with Pancreatic Cancer in July 2014. The cheerleading program carries on in the honor and blissful memory of the amazing, beautiful, strong, fighter, Bretta Schriner. The Rose-Hulman cheerleading program is dedicated to her with love and the utmost respect.