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|CPCC President Tony Zeiss Names Charlotte Post Educator Of The Year Award|
|Thursday, July 7, 2016|
“I decided the place for me is community college because that’s where you can do the most for the disenfranchised,” Zeiss said. “They just need a hand up.” For his part, Zeiss said he lives to see people succeed. “The most gratifying part of what I do is looking at the hope and pride in our students’ eyes when they come across that stage to collect their degree or certificate,” he said.
|Mitchell, Polk earn 2016 Top Seniors recognition|
|Saturday, May 28, 2016|
Mitchell, who has a 5.18 grade point average, is on the engineering track at Mallard Creek, a member of the Academy of Engineering and aims to pursue architecture as a career. She interned at a Charlotte architecture firm last summer as part of the Mayors Youth Employment Program and completed several projects.
|Balance key to successful life, academics for Top Senior runner up|
|Friday, May 27, 2016|
“I started my freshman year, and I fell in love with the engineering classes,” she said. “It provided the right amount of balance, because I have always loved mathematics, and I have always loved science, and engineering was always that middle line between the two, and a lot of the engineering stuff that we would do had a lot of an artistic appeal, too.”