HCC STUDENT GRADUATES FROM LEADERSHIP
|Halifax Community College
President Dr. Ervin V. Griffin, Sr. joined HCC
student Sherry Agee as she graduated from the
North Carolina Community College Student
Leadership Institute, Mar. 1.
Halifax Community College student Sherry Agee
of Gaston recently graduated from the North Carolina
Community College Student Leadership Institute (SLI) in
Raleigh. She was one of 25 students from North Carolina's 58
community colleges who completed the program.
Agee graduated last May from the Business Administration
curriculum. She is currently working on an Office Systems
Technology associate's degree at HCC, with a goal of
completing her bachelor's degree in the near future.
Along with managing a full-time position at HCC, Agee is the
Alpha Eta Phi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa president, a Sigma
Alpha Pi National Society of Leadership and Success member,
a Howerton Gowen and N.C. Community College Trust Fund
Scholar, a member of Who's Who Among Students in American
Junior Colleges, an HCC scholarship recipient, a Microsoft
Certified Professional and has earned a place on the
President's and Dean's lists each semester at HCC.
Participants started the learning process at SLI with a week
full of workshops at Peace College in Raleigh last summer.
Students worked within groups on a project of their choice.
The projects consisted of diverse workshops, which they
exchanged to carry back to their individual campuses. After
completing the summer week, students returned in the fall
and spring for weekend mini-sessions.