September Students of the Month

September Students of the Month

Jackson Student of the Month Tara Bronson is a great example of a student who is determined and motivated to succeed. “She won’t let any obstacle hold her back,” shares Jackson Campus President Elizabeth Kirchmeier. “She’s a sincere person who not only cares about her success, but others as well. From day one Tara has attacked her work head-on, she stays after school and comes in on her days off. Tara is also part of the ride and drive program and helps students when they need a ride to make sure they can be successful too. We’re lucky to have her on our campus keep up the great work Tara! 

 

Harley Smith is an Ophthalmic student at the Lansing Campus, and he’s always bringing a ton of enthusiasm and energy into the classroom, which is just one of the reasons he deserves to be honored as this month’s Student of the Month. “He’s very outgoing and always willing to lend others a hand. Harley excels in his work, and gives 110% in quality and quantity,” says Campus President Mollie Woodworth. “He’s punctual and always helping, whether that be other students or around the campus.” Harley is the definition of a hard worker, inside and outside of the classroom. Thank you for all you do Harley, you are definitely going places! 

 

Devynn Myslewski was one of our first Medical Assistant students at the Bay City campus. From the beginning, she has taken joy in helping other students and assisting with campus events, making her a shoe-in for the role as our Student Association President. Devynn has grown in her leadership role, while maintaining the GPA needed to be on our Presidents or Directors list every mod,” says Bay City Campus President Cassie Ferrer. Her desire to help others, and the community, will be a great asset to carry over into the medical field. Great job, Devynn! 

 

Susan Locke is halfway through her Medical Assistant program at the Mt. Pleasant campus and her instructors have nothing but positive things to say about her. Susan attends Career Quest with her daughter Samantha and instructors say they set a great example for their fellow classmates. Susan makes it a point to attend all of her classes and is respectful to her peers and faculty,” says Campus President Shelby Dalgleish. She has returned to school a bit later in life and continues to overcome all of the challenges she’s encountered. She is an exceptional student who works hard to succeed and she deserves to be recognized for all of her hard work! Congratulations Susan! 

 

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