Jason Sauls, who became Northeastern Junior College's new part-time Ombudsman last month, is profiled in the local newspaper. Sauls had no prior relationship with the two-year college and works at Sterling Correctional Facility. He explains that he fell into the position after initially applying for a tutoring position. Since he started about a month ago, he has worked with 14 students.
Sauls earned bachelor's and master's degrees from Colorado State University. (Sterling Journal-Advocate.)
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