2021-2022 NCC Ambassadors Selected
Nash Community College recently held an orientation and leadership session to welcome its Student Ambassadors for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Students are selected for the program based on application, letters of recommendation and an interview. They must be enrolled at NCC as a full-time student, maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and demonstrate a commitment to academic and career success.
Ambassadors will complete service hours representing NCC on and off-campus. They assist with campus events, campus tours and promote the college.
“We are excited to welcome this group of ambassadors to represent NCC on campus and in the community,” Denise Beamer, Coordinator of Donor and Alumni Relations said. “These ambassadors bring a variety of experiences, great energy and impressive accomplishments to support NCC initiatives.”
Scott Brueshaber is also a super senior in the Nash Community College’s Career and College Promise program. After graduation, Brueshaber plans to use his college credits to transfer to a four-year university to study Zoology. His dream job is to become Herpetology Curator and work with reptiles and amphibians. Brueshaber said his biggest achievement and proudest moment was earning his Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America.
Kody Wooten is in the Associate Degree Nursing program and plans to become an Emergency Room or ICU Nurse. Wooten said he chose Nash Community College because the staff and faculty are committed to providing the utmost educational opportunities to students. “These good-willed and kind people led to my decision to get involved on-campus with the Student Ambassador program and Student Government Association,” he shared. One of his proudest accomplishments was graduating 68W as a Combat Medic Specialist for the Military. When Wooten is not studying or working, he enjoys being in nature and gardening.
Dennis Moon is working towards his Associate Degree in Criminal Justice Technology with a concentration in Forensic Evidence. Moon said he chose NCC because of the outstanding quality of the Criminal Justice program’s instructors and coursework. His proudest moments were earning his GED at NCC at the age of 39 and becoming a Student Ambassador. In his free time, Moon may be found at the shooting range or enjoying time with his family.