November 28, 2016
South Central College students Ryan Anderson and Roger Ayala were nominated to be the November MSSC Students of the Month by SCC Mechatronics instructor Alex Goff. Here's what Alex had to say about these star students:
“Ryan has shown tremendous improvement and ability in and outside the classroom. Ryan has used is CPT certificate as well as his determination to secure an internship position at a local manufacturing company where he hope to gain full time employment once finished with his two year Mechatronics Degree. Ryan has consistently done quality work while demonstrating professionalism and an outstanding work ethic which compliments his pleasant personality.”
“I am happy to give Roger this recommendation. As a Mechatronics Instructor at South Central Technical College I have had the privilege of knowing Roger since he started his educational path a year and a half ago. I have been Rogers instructor for Fluid Power and Maintenance Awareness while currently I have him as a student in a Mechanical Systems course. Roger has exhibited kindness and consideration of others while articulating outstanding communications skill in, and out, of the classroom. Roger sets goals for himself with the intent to reach them. He clearly draws on his past experiences, his organizational skills, and educational background to reach his goals.”
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