WCCC Grads Recognized For Achievements

Award Winners, standing L-R, Kelsea Baylor, Lauren Romano, Breighanna Gonzalez, Kirsten Driscoll, Diana Espinosa, Joan Kimmel, Tyler Smith, Kimberly Corriveau, Elizabeth Martin, Savannah Murphy, Penny Branstetter, and Stasha Heinrich, and sitting, left to right, Anna Villegas, Ashley Thompson, Carina Cobar, Abe Rexrode, Brittany Moyle, Alexis Carmody, and Rachel Danitz.

Warren County Community College recently honored many of its graduated students at a special ceremony for their academic and social achievements during the 2015-16 academic year.

Among the special award-winners were Brittany Moyle, who received the Trustees Academic Award, Anna Villegas, recipient of the President’s Academic Award, and Breighanna Gonzalez, who was presented with the Foundation Directors’ Award for Student Achievement. 

In all, 19 students were cited for the excellent efforts during the past year.

“You are the fulfillment – the proof – of what we do here,” WCCC President Dr. Will Austin said. “You have achieved academic excellence, and perhaps most important, proven yourselves as leaders.”

“A degree in higher education is essential,” added Peter Schmidt, Chair of the WCCC Board of Trustees. “For many of you it is step 1 in future endeavors. It is clear that you will do well, no matter what direction you take.”

In addition to those mentioned above, the full listing of award-recipients includes:

Ars Poetica Award, Abe Rexrode

American Psychological Association Award, Elizabeth Martin

William C. Boll Criminal Justice Award, Kimberly Corriveau

Continuing Education Award, Diana Espinosa

Graphic & Web Design Award, Ashley Thompson 

Leadership Award, Savannah Murphy

Service Award, Carina Cobar

Determination Award, Penny Branstetter

Alumni Association Award, Kelsea Baylor

Ambition Award, Alexis Carmody

Business Award, Tyler Smith

Diligence Award, Kirsten Driscoll

Food and Beverage Management Award, Rachel Danitz

Hope Award, Joan Kimmel

Outstanding Empathy Award, Lauren Romano

Inspiration Award, Stasha Heinrich

WCCC has been serving Warren County since 1981, providing an affordable, high quality education in a broad range of fields of interest. For more information about WCCC and its degree and non-degree programs, visit www.warren.edu.

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