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Students in the Foundations classes held an End of Summer Celebration and Scarecrow contest in the gardens adjacent to the Hemlock Building.
As a Project-Based Learning activity the Scarecrow Theme Class Activities included:
The 11th Annual Hi Technology Impact Conference (Hi-Tec) was held in St. Louis in July. Computer Instructor and NSF Grant Leader Pamela Silvers served as chair of this national conference attended by over 530 people.
William Clinton, President
A-B Tech’s High School Equivalency and Project SEARCH Recognition Ceremony was June 6 at the Mission Health/A-B Tech Conference Center. The event ranks as one of the most uplifting of the year as several graduates shared personal stories about the way A-B Tech has changed their lives.
A-B Tech students Angela Lore and David Lore placed during the PBL National Leadership Conference in San Antonio.
The State of North Carolina Health Plan honored 82 groups who achieved perfect scores on their Health Benefit Representatives Scorecards for the entire first quarter. A-B Tech was named one of the Rock Star groups for achieving the perfect 10 through the efforts of Crystal Savell, HR’s Benefits Specialist.
President: Laura Haire, Assistant, Student Services
Vice-President: Melissa Valko, Assistant Controller
Secretary/Treasurer: Peter Smith, Business Office
Congratulations for the following employees honored for RISE, Annual Awards and Service Awards:
Cathy Strohm-Horton, Spring Semester RISE Award
Philip Cooper, UpSkill WNC Coordinator; Samantha Justice, Career Navigator; and Cindy Messer, Workforce Partnerships and Outreach Director attended a group meeting with Charlotte Works and the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s office on how to integrate NCWorks and WIOA services to justice involved individuals prior to release.
Steve Heulett, University Transfer Coordinator, coached the Asheville Women’s Rugby team over the summer, where they came in second in a tournament.