What Matters to Me & Why with Jaime Velasco

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 12:00pm to 12:50pm

This is a past event.

Ground Zero Performance Cafe (TRO)
Los Angeles, CA 90089

Jaime Velasco is a Maintenance Technician for USC’s Facilities Management Services Department. His current primary focus entails facilities operations for the President’s Office and Administration. In his 18 years with the university, Jaime has been regarded as an exceptional member of the Trojan family and recipient of the 2011 Sam Lee Award for outstanding service. He has been a participant serving on a four-person team for the annual “Line of March” that is key in directing students to their line up positions during the main USC Graduation Ceremony. From 2000-2004, while serving as a Groundskeeper, he created and facilitated the innovative “Pay for Skills” training program for all grounds maintenance personnel. Prior to his tenure at USC, Jaime worked as a Quality Control Supervisor for Dubs, Inc. where he was awarded the 1995 Dub Vince Lyons Customer Service Award.

Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop


Students, Faculty/Staff


University Park Campus


ORLevent, WMTMW, employees



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