Michelle Hall, a computer information technology student from Crossville, has been honored as the 2012 Summer Student of the Term at Tennessee Technology Center at Crossville.
Each term an outstanding student is selected to represent each full-time program taught at Tennessee Technology Center at Crossville. These students are selected by their instructors to represent their class as a Student of Merit. The instructors consider grades, work ethics and extracurricular activities when choosing their program’s student representatives. These names are then reviewed and a TTCC Student of the Term is chosen. The winner receives a scholarship provided by the TTCC General Advisory Council.
According to computer information technology instructor Betty Parker, “Michelle enrolled in the CIT program May 2, 2011. She will be graduating one term early due to her dedicated efforts. Michelle completed her internship at Hilltoppers where she received an excellent review. She is a leader in her class, always willing to help others. She has represented the CIT program with her leadership serving as the president of Student Leadership Council. She has volunteered to sit on the financial aid review committee, eighth grade coat drive and spoke to the general advisory committee.”
Additional Student of the Term nominees for the summer 2012 semester include Amanda Randolph, practical nursing modified; Ragenia Threet, business systems; Patricia Hayes, surgical technology; Jeremy Blackburn, industrial electricity; Joe Whittaker, drafting; Quentin Stewart, automotive; Lucas Brook, collision repair; Michael Campbell, industrial electricity modified; Avery Reed, machine tool; Kim Hicks, practical nursing; and Ronnie Savage, welding.