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CCCC Ambassadors serve and learn

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CCCC Ambassadors serve and learn

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Central Carolina Community College's Student Ambassadors represent the college and provide service to the college and community. Ambassadors for the 2012-13 school year are (front, from left) Jonathan Stubbs, of Pittsboro; Joe Cox, of Siler City; Seth Tom, of Sanford; (second row, from left) Kim Wilkinson, of Durham; Jennifer Sanford Johnson, of Raleigh; Sandy Olmsted, of Cameron; Kimberley Laster Johnson, of Dunn; (back, from left) CCCC Student Activities Director/Athletics Director/Ambassador Advisor Mike Neal; Narrie Liverman, of Angier; Colleen Cunningham, of Sanford; and Ashley Volan, of Apex. To be an Ambassador, students must have good grade point averages, leadership potential, communication skills and be nominated by faculty or staff.

CCCC Ambassadors serve and learn

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Central Carolina Community College's Student Ambassadors represent the college and provide service to the college and community. Ambassadors for the 2012-13 school year are (front, from left) Jonathan Stubbs, of Pittsboro; Joe Cox, of Siler City; Seth Tom, of Sanford; (second row, from left) Kim Wilkinson, of Durham; Jennifer Sanford Johnson, of Raleigh; Sandy Olmsted, of Cameron; Kimberley Laster Johnson, of Dunn; (back, from left) CCCC Student Activities Director/Athletics Director/Ambassador Advisor Mike Neal; Narrie Liverman, of Angier; Colleen Cunningham, of Sanford; and Ashley Volan, of Apex. To be an Ambassador, students must have good grade point averages, leadership potential, communication skills and be nominated by faculty or staff.

CCCC Ambassadors serve and learn

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(Clockwise, from left) Central Carolina Community College Student Ambassadors Joe Cox, of Siler City; Seth Tom, of Sanford; Sandy Olmsted, of Cameron; Ambassador friend Sean Landau, and Ambassador Kim Wilkinson, of Durham, prepare a meal at the Breadbasket, in Sanford, the day after Thanksgiving. Ambassadors represent the college and provide service to the college and community. To be an Ambassador, students must have good grade point averages, leadership potential, communication skills and be nominated by faculty or staff. Ten students are serving as Ambassadors during the 2012-13 school year.

CCCC Ambassadors serve and learn

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Central Carolina Community College Student Ambassadors prepared a meal the day after Thanksgiving at the Breadbasket, in Sanford. Pausing for a snapshot are (from left) Seth Tom, of Sanford: Ashley Volan, of Apex; Kimberly Laster Johnson, of Dunn; Sandy Olmsted, of Cameron; Kim Wilkinson, of Durham; and Joe Cox, of Siler City. Ambassadors represent the college and provide service to the college and community. To be an Ambassador, students must have good grade point averages, leadership potential, communication skills and be nominated by faculty or staff. Ten students are serving as Ambassadors during the 2012-13 school year.

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