Announcing the January Volunteer of the Month – Joselia Mendiolea

Announcing the January Volunteer of the Month – Joselia Mendiolea

ROCK SPRINGS – The Organization Committee of the Rock Springs Main Street/URA is pleased to announce their January Volunteer of the Month – Joselia Mendiolea.

Joselia is a proud Green River native and graduated from GRHS with the class of 2004. She received a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies with a minor in Urban Planning from the University of Utah in 2009, followed by a Master of Architecture from Pratt Institute in 2012. She has been in the process of completing the requirements to become a licensed architect while employed at Plan One/Architects in Rock Springs for the last three years.

Joselia enjoys bringing positive changes to the community’s people and built environment by serving on the Rock Springs URA/Main Street Design Committee, the Rock Springs Historic Preservation Commission, and the YWCA of Sweetwater County Board of Directors. She likes exploring unfamiliar places, making things, dancing, camping, and hiking – all preferably in the company of loved ones.

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Over the past month, Joselia has worked with the Certified Local Government (CLG) to assist with the restoration of the “Dollhouse” located at the Rock Springs Cemetery.