It’s First Generation Week and we are glad to present the first round of students who shared their stories with us. A first-generation college graduate refers to a person who has completed at least a bachelor's degree but does not have a parent who has completed at least a bachelor's degree. The purpose of #FirstGenerationWeek is to celebrate those students and their families for this big milestone of having a first college graduate in the family.
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Kerian Adams believes that it is never too late to study and obtain your college degree. She wants to become a professional to prove to herself she is capable of doing anything she wants, but also serve as a role model to inspire her kids to become professionals when the time comes. During #FirstGenerationWeek, Kerian shares her story.
We are ending #FirstGenerationWeek, but we are not done yet with all the wonderful stories we want to share with you. Marcia Maita loves serving and helping people. She has a job in the health industry and she loves it. However, she understands that in order to be able to help even more, she needs a college degree.
Left to right: Trevonafaith and Irianni
Congratulations to our Students of the Semester in the Day College; Trevonafaith Gordon and Irianni Delgado Vasquez.
Trevonafaith and Irianni were selected for this distinguished accolade by the Day College Faculty because of their demonstrated academic excellence and effort in their degree program, in addition to holding a minimum 3.8 GPA. Read more about Trevonafaith and Irianni here:
This past year has posed a challenge to everyone all over the world. Breast Cancer Awareness and Prevention is no different. There were setbacks with screenings and early detection, and fundraising was limited due to unprecedented times.