Posted: May 14, 2015
On Wednesday, May 13, 2015 MCC students were awarded for their academic and personal achievements at the 19th Annual Evening of Excellence celebrated at Fratello's Ristorante Italiano in Manchester, New Hampshire.
The recipient of the Academic Program Achievement Award is decided by faculty members in the department and honors students who excel in their major based on cumulative grade point average, skill or expertise and achievement of program goals.
Matthew Seidell, Business Communication Program
Alyssa Trinidad, Exercise Science Program
Eric Kelley, Fine Arts Program
Elizabeth Kelly, Graphic Design Program
Victoria Seager, Health Information Management Program
Wafaa Aldrich, Liberal Arts Program
Jessica Gomez, Liberal Arts/Psychology Program
Edwin Vicente, Marketing Program
Jason Landow, Medical Assistant Program
Claire Barrett, Nursing Program
Michael Williams, Welding Technology Program
The Excellence in Leadership Award is presented to the student who demonstrates exemplary leadership qualities and skills exhibited in or outside of the classroom, internships, service, employment or community roles. Outstanding skills may include the ability to clearly and effectively articulate a vision, ethical decision making, teambuilding, critical problem solving, and motivating others toward a common goal.
Juliana Guerra, Exercise Science Program
The Excellence as a Humanitarian Award is presented to the student who gives of their time and talents selflessly in service to others. This individual sees the value in the 'undervalued', seeks opportunities to have a positive impact on the lives of others, and has actively sought to make changes for the betterment of the college, the community and/or the world.
Vicki Carter, Management Program
The Excellence in Inspiration Award is presented to the student who has inspired others to achieve, to make changes, to reflect on their own life. This student provides support and encouragement to others. This student may have succeeded despite challenges and obstacles through their positive attitude and commitment to achieve, thus serving as a role model to others.
Jafreysi Shulterbrondt, Medical Assistant Program
The Vice President of Students Award is presented to the student who diligently and enthusiastically works to improve the college experience for other students by identifying a need, issue, or concern and actively works to achieve positive results. This student takes initiative, is solution focused, inclusive, and inspires others to take action. They give back to the MCC community in a meaningful way.
Megan Bishop, Management Program