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HCC ATTENDS ANNUAL N4CSGA CONFERENCE

Halifax Community College Student Government Association officers attended the annual N4CSGA conference in High Point recently. Pictured, from left, are Dean of Student Services & Enrollment Management Barbara Bradley-Hasty, students Qiana Mann, Spinosa Gee, Jerrold Williams, and Theresa Raymond.

Halifax Community College Student Government Association officers Qiana Mann, Jerrold Williams, Theresa Raymond, and Spinosa Gee, along with Dean of Student Services & Enrollment Management Barbara Bradley-Hasty, recently attended the North Carolina Comprehensive Community College Student Government Association (N4CSGA) Fall Conference held at the Radisson in High Point, N.C.

During the conference, delegates received updates on the community college system and legislation, public information, and finance as well as heard from keynote speakers, Keith Smith, vice president of Community Affairs at Nash Community College, and Althea Riddick, vice president of Instruction at College of the Albemarle. Students also participated in leadership workshops and division meetings.

HCC's Theresa Raymond serves on the Executive Board of N4CSGA as the Parliamentarian. Raymond is the Public Information Officer for HCC's SGA. She is pursuing an Associate in Arts degree and currently resides in Littleton.

According to its constitution, N4CSGA seeks to promote better student government, academic achievement, fellowship and the exchange of ideas for the advancement of educational institutions and to provide leadership training. N4CSGA is a student-based and student-run organization and is comprised of delegates from each of the 58 community colleges. The organization began in 1969.