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2014 December 19 - 05:31 am

Illinois Culinary Students Prepare Meal for Needy

“It is unusual that donations have been so low recently. We thought they would’ve picked up as fall came, but that hasn’t been the case,” she said. “Hopefully, (the level of donations) will explode for the holidays.”.
2014 November 10 - 09:43 am

Oklahoma City CC Student Wants To Provide Clean Drinking Water through Sneaker Sales

McAllister has partnered with the California-based nonprofit Water Wells for Africa to donate a portion of the proceeds from each shoe sale to the charity. The nonprofit raises money to build water wells in villages without ready access to clean drinking water.
2014 November 10 - 09:43 am

Iowa Student Wants Names of the “Lost 74” Included on Washington’s Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall

Hannah Ackerman, a student at Hawkeye Community College in Waterloo, has won history awards for her presentations on two naval disasters. One is the loss of Waterloo’s five Sullivan brothers during World War II. The other is the “missing 74” of the destroyer USS Frank E.
2014 October 30 - 02:52 am

A summary listing of colleges receiving institution and individual honors and awards

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Bell won a silver medal at the competition, which included gold-medal winners from every state. He currently works for Lennox, and is pursuing a second degree in process operating technology at LIT..
2014 August 20 - 08:44 pm

Youth Has Plans To Study Computer Science and Transfer to Four Year University School

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At age 6, he wrote a song. He has written a book, is working on another one and has authored several plays. He recently took the California High School Proficiency Examination to earn the equivalent of a diploma and does math well above grade level..
2014 June 23 - 05:51 am

She Earns Degree in Culinary Arts After Returning To College

Posey qualified for assistance from SCC, being a single parent with a low income and majoring in a male-dominated field. The college provided child care for her daughters so she could attend classes full time. She found a nurturing environment in the culinary arts program.
2014 June 23 - 04:43 am

Southern Union State Student Named Alabama’s Top Community College Athlete

“I slapped since seventh grade,” Shields said, referring to the technique of “slapping” at the ball like a bunt from the lefthanded batter’s box. “I had slapped until my senior year (of high school). I started to kind of hit from the left side, but I was never a power hitter.
2014 June 8 - 07:13 pm
 A 39-year-old student whose loss of vision changed her career goal from hairdresser to radio personality received her associate degree as a member of the Class of 2014 during Camden County Colle
2014 May 23 - 04:09 pm

Volunteer Work, Academic Achievements ‘Commitment to Service’ Award

TOWN- SHIP, Mich. (AP) — For Delta College sophomore Helen Szabo, her earliest experiences with community involvement were seven years ago, when she began helping prepare food in the kitchen at the Good Samaritan Rescue Mission, an emergency shelter for the homeless.

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