Lansing: Taliah Taylor is one of the hardest working students we have seen at CQLC. She’s currently enrolled in the Administrative Assistant program and is looking forward to getting her Associate Degree in Business Administration. “She has such a positive outlook on life, and she has the innate ability to improve others’ attitudes by just talking to them,” said Campus President Mollie Woodworth. “No matter what’s going on with her, she takes the time to make sure her fellow classmates have the support they need.” Taliah is a true innovator and always comes up with ways to make the classroom helpful and exciting, no matter what the day brings. Congratulations Taliah!
Jackson: Medical Billing and Coding Student, Teresa Vieta, handles challenges by adapting and making sure she’s on top of her time management. And she always seems to have a backup plan. “Teresa has taken her education very seriously and is always on time or stays late when needed,” said Campus President Terry Farris. “She has been a constant joy to have on campus.” Teresa has earned Student of the Month for continuing to set an excellent example for other students. Keep up the great work Teresa!
Mt. Pleasant: Ann Guthrie, who is enrolled in the Medical Assistant program, is an exceptional student who always carries herself in a professional manner. She has consistently made the honor roll and exceeds expectations in school activities and in everyday life. “Ann is a great participant in class and is always willing to help others,” said Campus President Shelby Dalgleish. “Along with this, she plays a leading role in student association and she is dedicated to succeeding.” Taking pride in her work, Ann is always pushing to reach her full potential. We are so proud of you, congrats!
Bay City: Rachel Minton is an exceptional Medical Assistant student who is focused and proactive, while setting goals for herself, which leads to success in her studies. “When learning new skills in class or meeting a new challenge, she doesn’t relent until she proves herself,” said Bay City President Cassie Ferrer. “She’s willing to go the extra mile for virtually any classmate and she takes the initiative to tutor in her free time.” Although Rachel has a quiet presence about her, she is surely leaving her mark on our campus. We appreciate you Rachel, keep succeeding!