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CCCC honors academic excellence

05.17.2010

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CCCC honors academic excellence

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Central Carolina Community College student Richard Bogartrn(right) of Chatham County, is congratulated by Jerry Clendenen, ElectronicsrnEngineering Technology lead instructor during the college’s May 5 AcademicrnExcellence Awards program in the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Bogart receivedrnthe Academic Excellence in Electronics Engineering Technology Award and wasrnselected for inclusion by Who’s Who Among Students in America’s JuniorrnColleges. Bogart received his Associate in Applied Science in ElectronicsrnEngineering Technology at the college’s May 13 commencement. 

CCCC honors academic excellence

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Central Carolina Community College student Jamie Yeatmanrn(right), of Harnett County, was among the graduating students honored May 5 atrnthe college’s Academic Excellence Awards program in the Dennis A. Wicker CivicrnCenter. Yeatman receives her Academic Excellence in Laser & PhotonicsrnTechnology Award from Gary Beasley (left), the program’s lead instructor.  Yeatman also received the OutstandingrnAmbassador Service Award, Academic Scholar Athlete, Academic Excellence Award,rnand selection for inclusion in Who’s Who Among Students in America’s JuniorrnColleges. She received her Associate in Applied Science in Laser &rnPhotonics Technology at the college’s May 13 commencement. Also pictured arernErick Andino (bottom center), and Tommy Bridges Jr. (bottom right), both of LeernCounty, who were recognized for inclusion in Who’s Who Among Students inrnAmerica’s Junior Colleges. Andino also received the Outstanding Student inrnElectronics Engineering Technology Award and Bridges, the Academic Excellencernin Business Administration Award. Andino received his Certificate inrnElectronics Engineering Technology and Bridges, his AAS in Business Administration,rnat the May 13 commencement.

CCCC honors academic excellence

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Central Carolina Community College student Alejandra Benitezrn(right), of Lee County, receives congratulations from JohnnyrnShull, Business Administration lead instructor, during the college’s AcademicrnExcellence Awards program May 5 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Benitezrnreceived the Outstanding Ambassador Service Award, Outstanding Student inrnBusiness Administration Award, and will be included in Who’s Who Among Studentsrnin America’s Junior Colleges.

CCCC honors academic excellence

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Central Carolina Community College student Lacey Fachanrn(right), of Moore County, shares a hug with Lisa Duncan, lead Paralegalrninstructor, at the college’s Academic Excellence Awards program May 5 at thernDennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Fachan received the Outstanding Student inrnParalegal Technology Award. She received her Associate in Applied Science inrnParalegal Technology at the college’s May 13 commencement.

CCCC honors academic excellence

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Central Carolina Community College honored its outstandingrnstudents at its May 5 Academic Excellence Awards program at the Dennis A.rnWicker Civic Center. Among the awards announced was acceptance for placement inrnthe national Who’s Who Among Student's in America’s Junior Colleges. Thernfollowing students (not pictured in order) were recognized for achieving thisrnhonor: Richard Bogart, Emily Needham, Jennifer O’Brien, and Jeremy Rushlow, allrnof Chatham County; Joshua Bussey, Jeffrey Cannady, Shawna Cash, Lori Dewar,rnSkye Hoffman, Taylor Kennedy, Kimberly Liles, David Mansfield, SondrarnMcDougald, Edwina McKoy, Ashley Ross, and Jamie Yeatman, all of Harnett County;rnErick Andino, Amanda Barnes, Alejandro Benitez, Alex Bridges, Tommy BridgesrnJr., Tanya Haislip, Brittany Hunt, David Nettleton IV, Jacob Reece, MelvinrnSmith IV, Lacy Walker, and Rose Orange, all of Lee County; Shelby Parrott andrnTammy Sexton, of Moore County; and Hillary Daly, of Cumberland County. 

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