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WKCTC's Student of the Month

"It is an honor and a privilege to be selected as the Student of the Month for October, said Clark. WKCTC has given me so much during my time here, and I have made it a personal duty to give back much more than I have received."

The Student of the Month program is designed to recognize the accomplishments of students on campus. Individuals selected must be currently enrolled at WKCTC and have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 and are nominated on the basis of exceptional performance, personal attributes, academic excellence, and active participation in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Clark, a sophomore studying computer science, is president of the colleges Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) honor society, founder and president of the new Free Thinking Club, and a member of the TRIO Student Support Services program. He has also served on the student panel for new student orientation, organized a campus-wide clothing drive for a local spouse abuse center, facilitated adopt-a-highway projects, and actively raised funds for a school for the blind.

During my 27 years of service in higher education and student affairs, Jason is among those that I have been most impressed and inspired by, said Dr. Belinda Dalton-Russell, WKCTCs vice president of student affairs. He is a dynamic student who stands out among the crowd and Jasons attributes epitomize this award.

Clark will now be considered for WKCTC Student Affairs Student of the Year Award.