Lansing: Heather Polash has excelled in many aspects as a student on the Lansing campus. She began her Administrative Assistant diploma back in January and since then she has been on the President’s List and received perfect attendance every mod. “ She takes the time to read about what’s going on in the business world and shares her insight during lectures,” says Campus President Mollie Woodworth. “She has also helped out with Student Association and has helped plenty of students get to class who have had transportation struggles. Most importantly, she helps students having a hard time with their work for the week.” We know Heather is going to go far in the business world after she receives her degree from Career Quest. Congratulations on a very well deserved honor, Heather!
Jackson: Medical Assistant student Jamiee Brockwell was selected as Jackson’s student of the month because she works hard to receive excellent grades and attendance. “Her lab skills and soft skills are top notch,” said Campus President Doreen Kellum. “We admire and appreciate her dedication to her studies and have no doubt that she will excel in this field.” We know she will become a huge asset to any clinic, hospital or medical office she chooses for employment. Congratulations, Jamiee. Keep up the good work!
Mt. Pleasant: Medical Assistant student Kyle Ready was chosen as student of the month for the Mt. Pleasant campus because he’s always volunteering to be used for proficiency demonstrations and helping students in any way he can. “He shows a desire to succeed for himself and his classmates as well,” said Campus President Shelby Dalgleish. “Kyle has a great personality and a knack for making people smile. He’s just another example of why our Career Quest community is so great.” Congratulations, Kyle!
Bay City: Kayleigh McKinley is a Medical Assistant student who is making a big difference on the Bay City campus. “As President of the Student Association, she’s done a phenomenal job of running our association and planning events that make an impact on our students and our community,” shared Campus President Cassie Ferrer. “Both inside and outside of the classroom, Kayleigh is always making an effort to help others.” Her genuine, caring personality is why she is being honored. Congrats, Kayleigh! We are so proud of you!