May 8, 2014 Students receive "You can. You will." awards
Four students received "You can. You will." awards, presented by Assistant Provost Maria Querry at Central Penn College's 132nd annual Commencement ceremony on May 2.
Criminal justice administration bachelor's degree student Clemmeth Varence (shown at left) of Houston, Tex., was honored for achieving his potential and reaching his goals through integrity, service, respect and educational focus. Varence is heading to Texas to serve in the United States Army and aspires to apply his degree in the area of intelligence.
Criminal justice administration bachelor's degree student Jalisa Cannady of Ephrata, Pa., will graduate Cum Laude with a spot on the dean's list six terms. Cannady was selected by the Central Penn Lancaster Center's faculty and staff to be honored for her determination and commitment.
Entrepreneurship and small business associate degree student Kendra Elliott, of Lebanon, Pa., graduating Summa Cum Laude, was acknowledged for her service, educational focus and leadership. Elliott is president of the Student Government Association and president of the International Society Club, and has maintained a high GPA while working for the Advising Center and raising a family.
Corporate communications bachelor's degree student Amanda Kloehr Fogarasi, of Enola, Pa., will graduate Summa Cum Laude with dean's list honors for 10 consecutive terms. Kloehr Fogarasi is a survivor, academic achiever, scholar, public speaker and advocate. Having survived a horrific distracted driving accident, Kloehr Fogarasi has become an advocate for distracted driving awareness, sharing her story locally and nationally.