Early County BC students earn Work Ethics Awards
Published 3:45 pm Friday, June 12, 2009
Students at Bainbridge College Early County Site (BCED) were among the students honored at two Bainbridge College events in the Work Ethic program.
Work Ethic receptions took place at the end of Spring Semester at BCEC in Blakely and on Main Campus in its Technical Studies Division complex. The honorees were students who exemplified good work ethics during the year and were selected by their instructors.
BCEC Director Joan Simpson introduced BC President Tom Wilkerson, who presented their Work Ethics certificates, and Vice President of Student Affairs Marty Clay.
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The honorees included Erica Cook of Blakely, who is studying psychology; Chester Lee of Bluffton, studying computer information systems; Blakely residents Annie McDaniel, early childhood, Jignesh Patel, general studies, Emily Pippin, medical office technology, and James “Cliff” Price, computer information systems, and Holly Retherford of Jakin and Lola Spann of Fort Gaines, both studying business office technology.
Receiving Work Ethic recognition but unable to attend either ceremony were Andrew Clarke of Jakin, science; Blakely residents Marie Hutchins and Kimberly Yarbrough, both in the licensed practical nursing program; Ashley Miller of Brinson, medical office technology, and Roderick Ricks of Damascus, mobile electronics technology.
All BC Tech Studies students are graded on work ethics with 10 percent of each course grade for work ethic.