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SCC names 2017-2018 Student Ambassadors

Twenty students have been named 2017-2018 Somerset Community College (SCC) student ambassadors. 

These students, who must maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average, represent and promote the college at campus and community events. They assist with recruiting efforts, campus tours and provide information about SCC to prospective students, school groups and the general public.

To be selected as a student ambassador, students must not only maintain good grades, but also have a positive attitude, a genuine interest in assisting others, excellent interpersonal communication skills and must project a positive image of the college. Student ambassadors are required to work 40 hours each semester and receive a scholarship equivalent to six class credit hours per semester.

Students chosen as ambassadors received training in areas such as professional etiquette, leadership, knowledge of SCC, communication skills and customer service.

The 2017-2018 SCC Ambassadors are listed below with their home county:

2017-2018 student ambassadors on scc campusKneeling (left to right):

Shade Killen, Pulaski

Jose Herrera, Pulaski

First (left to right):

Taylor Epperson, Pulaski

Haley Pence, Pulaski

Courtney Martin Barrett, Clay

Madison Chesnut, Laurel

Keisha Garrett, Clinton

Savanah Hurtt, Pulaski

Alyson Branscum, Pulaski

Courtney Dishman, Wayne

Magallie Toss-Canella, Pulaski

Back (left to right):
Amanda Warfield, Lincoln

Suzanne Brinson, Pulaski

Lin Schulz, Pulaski

Cas McGuffey, Lincoln

Eli Brown, Clinton

Andy Stiltner, Laurel

Dylan Robison, Pulaski

Rebecca Johnson, Laurel

Meghan Hacker, Laurel