Cody Noffsinger, Carroll College
Cody Noffsinger is a third year student at Carroll College who has consistently exhibited outstanding leadership abilities and an exceptional commitment to service. He is a valued member of Carroll College’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA where he is the leader for a project to grow and sell spices to support an education fund for orphans in Mexico. He also created the Successful Engineering Education for Elementary Students Initiative (S3E) whose mission is to identify under-served communities throughout the northwest and to implement and advocate for the development of creative and engaging engineering projects for pre-secondary STEM education. Through a non-profit that he founded, Montana Redesign, Cody has encouraged innovation and creativity in design through the education and facilitation of Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing. This work has resulted in the introduction of 3D printing technologies to the Blackfeet De La Salle School in Browning, MT. Cody is one of the most respected student leaders on campus. He is an extraordinary student and person with a deep passion for improving the lives of others. His work is an illustration of Carroll College’s motto: Non scholae, sed vitae: “not for school, but for life.”
-Thomas Evans, President
I am committed to initiating change in the world. I have been fortunate enough to be blessed with the opportunity of education, to travel the world, and serve in ways I never thought I would be able to. However, my opportunity is not a reflection of privilege but rather a recognition of duty and social responsibility. I pursue education because I hold myself accountable to think critically and be a competent member of society. I travel the world because I am called to the margins of humanity in the pursuit of solidarity and community development. I serve because I know I am loved completely and unconditionally by Christ and that I have a duty to love others as I have been loved. My efforts will never come close to the amount of grace I have encountered in my life, but I am determined to continually commit myself to social justice and ethical leadership in the effort leave this world better than when I entered it.