June Students of the Month

Bay City: Sara Graham is in the third mod of her Medical Assistant program and is setting a great example for current and future students. “In the classroom, she’s always offering to help others when her work is done,” said Campus President Cassie Ferrer. “She contributes great ideas and consistently comes in with a positive attitude, ready to tackle the day.” In addition to her academic success, she has gone above and beyond in encouraging a sense of community on campus. For Teacher Appreciation week, she took the initiative in organizing a student-led potluck for our instructors, which was a big success. Her thoughtfulness goes a long way.

Mount Pleasant: Bobbie Mazey is currently in the Administrative Assistant program. He’s enthusiastic about the program and is here for class each day ready to learn. “He’s a great example to his peers as he is an extremely hard worker and passionate in everything he encounters,” said Campus President Shelby Dalgleish. “He’s going to make an amazing Administrative Assistant when he graduates. We’re so excited to see the things he accomplishes!”

Jackson: Megan Bauer was chosen as Student of the Month because she’s a great role model and takes her education very seriously. She is in the Medical Assistant Program and has an excellent attendance record and stellar grades. “Megan comes to class on time, prepared to learn, and is always on top of her game,” shared CQLC Chief Academic Officer David Heckeler. “Megan commits herself to participating in class and even goes above and beyond to help out her fellow students.” Congratulations, Megan. Keep up the good work!

Lansing: Tanata Roberts is a Medical Assistant student who brings an outstanding amount of positive energy and vibes to the classroom and the campus. “As a student and mother, Tanata has encouraged and uplifted other students, even when times are tough,” said Campus President Mollie Woodworth. “Though quiet by nature, Tanata is super enthusiastic and highly motivated to give 100% in all she does. She’s bursting with desire, kindness and goodness, enlightening all around her.” As the Evening Secretary of Student Association, she actively participates in events, always willing to go the extra mile and lend a hand. CQ can always count on Tanata to participate with any task asked of her.




“I decided to go to school so that I knew my son would have a secured future.”



“I’m enrolled at Career Quest so I can be better at the job I have now. I’ve learned how to recognize health symptoms before they turn into a health care crisis. More knowledge means I help my patients lead the best lives possible.”