Ten students have been named Student Ambassadors for the 2016-17 school year at Central Carolina Community College. Ambassadors are students who serve as official hosts of the college, representing it at college and community events both on- and off-campus. The 10 students who are serving as Ambassadors for the 2016-17 school year are pictured, left to right: front row, Lydia Cooper of Sanford, Carly Dube of Andover, Mass., Briana Peterman of Sanford, Tiffany Gee of Stone Mountain, Ga., and Ruvi Rodriguez Suarez of Robbins; back row, Courtney May of Apex, Noel Martinez of Sanford, Rasheed Jones of Goldston, Kyla Ross of Dunn, and Leslie Bridges of Sanford. Aaron Mabe is the Student Ambassadors Advisor. "These Ambassadors are the finest representatives Central Carolina Community College could have," said CCCC President T.E. Marchant. "I am proud of how they carry out their responsibilities, creating goodwill and respect for the College wherever they give presentations or serve. In addition, their experiences as Ambassadors instill within them qualities that will benefit them, their families, their employers, and their communities for the rest of their lives."