- Hall Director
Maxwell Breuer grew up in a small farm town in Minnesota called Plainview. With little to do, Maxwell quickly got into art, games, and making friends to pass the time. Growing up around endless fields of corn was fun, but he branched out after graduating high school and attended UW-Stout in Menomonie, where he earned an undergraduate degree in psychology with a philosophy minor.
Maxwell instantly joined housing, where he worked as a desk assistant, treasurer for the Hall Executive Committee, and a resident assistant for 3-1/2 years. Additionally, he worked as a campus security officer and camps and conferences assistant. He spent much of his time at UW-Stout working various jobs across campus, and he enjoyed every second of it.
- Psychology — University of Wisconsin-Stout
Main responsibilities at Carthage
Hall Directors in the Office of Residential Life are responsible for overseeing the daily operations of their hall, including supervising the student staff, serving as a resource for students, and holding students accountable. Hall Directors also serve as part of the College’s on-call team and respond to crisis situations and policy violations across campus.
Favorite thing about working at Carthage
“I like the nice weather and the beautiful views you get working at Carthage.”
“I collect vinyl records and constantly listen to music. I also like all kinds of games, and I like long-boarding around new places.”