There are many people around us who can help us, and we can look for that if we need help. We have a lot of help around us.
Berenice Juarez has plans to help others overcome obstacles she faced
I always recommend to come in and just ask for help. I didn’t know where to fill out the FAFSA or where to fill out the application for college.
The first-generation college student is taking it slow
I’m more of a hands-on person, so being able to physically do the wiring or adjusting parameters on a screen versus sitting on a computer all day or typing is much easier and I can remember it better.
Double majoring in Energy & Electronics program makes the most sense
Don’t give up the opportunity on yourself. A lot of the times we like to sell ourselves short. If you just give yourself the chance, you’ll be really surprised about the outcomes from yourself.
Earlier this week for the May segment, I had the pleasure of inviting two students to come with me to WJON to talk about their accomplishments this past year.
The little things in life matter more than you expect,” said Mohamed. “A bookbag is nothing to some people, but it meant a lot to him.
An act of kindness in a Life Wellness class has made a lasting impact, not just on the one who received it, but the one who gave it as well.
It’s like a little family at school. Everybody’s uplifting each other. - Nia
The TRIO Student Support Services program at SCTCC is celebrating 25 years.
SCTCC’s environment is exactly what I was looking for when picking a college.
Kirsten Weseman now general manager at Fastenal
I can be a role model for other Somali girls who want to do the same thing, who are scared because no one else is doing this.
Sainab is one of the first Somali women to go into the field of Paramedicine in the US
The time I spent with my Marines is time I will never forget. There is something special that really comes from that kind of comradery that I haven’t experienced elsewhere. They are times that I wouldn’t replace but wouldn’t exactly want to repeat.
Kenneth John Quinn II
After two years in the United States, Richard Kenfack Metangmo has armed himself with a degree from the SCTCC Water Environment Technologies program and is ready to help his home country of Cameroon after getting a few more years’ experience here in the US.
Richard Kenfack Metangmo
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