By Jack Reinhard
Kelsea Baylor is looking to apply her Associate’s Degree from Warren County Community College (WCCC) to benefit others as she takes on a “new role.”
Baylor was recently appointed Alumni Representative to the WCCC Board of Trustees. She will serve a one-year term and during this time hopes to make a difference with her alma mater.
She is looking to form a strong bond with those she is working with, students and college staff.
“As a recent graduate of WCCC I hope to act as a community bridge between the students, alumni and community as a whole,” said Baylor, who is now attending Centenary University as a Sociology major.
“We are very proud to call Kelsea one of our own. Her hard work and dedication will be of huge value to the board.” said WCCC President, Dr. William Austin
Baylor is looking to become more than just the Alumni Representative. “I hope to gain knowledge and experience from the members on the board. I think my position on the board will be a positive influence on me and help me become a respected community leader.” she noted.
At WCCC and within the community at-large, Baylor is no stranger to getting involved.
Before graduating from WCCC this past May, Baylor helped lead the toy drive that the Running Club held for the Salvation Army. While attending WCCC, she was also the president of the running club. However, that was not the only form of community service Baylor has done. Currently, she volunteers for organizations such as the NORWESCAP Family Success Center, NORWESCAP crime prevention initiative, Headstart, and the Salvation Army.
Warren County Community College offers a wide range of certificate, continuing education, and degree programs designed to help students enter the workforce or transfer to a four-year college or university. Providing students in Warren County and the surrounding areas with a convenient and cost-effective way to further their education and career goals, WCCC is committed to “Learning Without Limits.”