Service-Learning

Service-Learning

Archer Chosen As the 2021 Community First Award Honoree for Volunteer Service

September 08, 2021 — As we continue to fight the COVID-19 virus, we've learned humility in helping others and using every resource to accommodate the community. Volunteering in the local neighborhoods has been considered part of the foundation to getting through the pandemic. Kenneth Archer didn't hesitate to offer his services to help the people of Monroe County. He used his healthcare skills to administer vaccines to the community in a time where volunteers were desperately needed and because of his gracious actions, Archer has been chosen as the 2021 Community First Award honoree for Volunteer Service. Read more about Archer Chosen As the 2021 Community First Award Honoree for Volunteer Service

Katz and Boddeker Chosen as the 2021 Community First Awards for Philanthropy

September 07, 2021 — Local businesses are the staple to many communities in the Tennessee Valley. When the pandemic took over everyday life, small businesses were hit the hardest, facing a loss in revenue and some even shutting down. The economy made it hard for local businesses to thrive, but two local business owners took it into their own hands to make sure other businesses like theirs could have a fighting chance to make it through the pandemic. Brittany Katz and Andrea Boddeker are the 2021 Community First Award honorees for Philanthropy because of their initiative to help provide resources for other small businesses to grow. Read more about Katz and Boddeker Chosen as the 2021 Community First Awards for Philanthropy

Jaggers Chosen as the 2021 Community First Award Honoree for Healthcare

August 30, 2021 — As a nation, we look back and realize all of those who are on the frontlines fighting to save others from COVID-19. Many of those people are nationally recognized doctors, nurses, and scientists. Cleveland State Community College wants to recognize the community healthcare workers who sacrificed so much to ensure the safety in their own neighborhoods. Dr. John S. Jaggers is one doctor in the Bradley County community that has sacrificed and served others during the pandemic to make sure the integrity of his community was not taken by the pandemic. For this reason and his dedication as a pulmonologist, Jaggers has been chosen as the 2021 Community First Awards Honoree for Healthcare. Read more about Jaggers Chosen as the 2021 Community First Award Honoree for Healthcare

Sumner Chosen as 2021 Community First Award Honoree for Public Service

August 23, 2021 — It takes much dedication and discipline to keep a city safe and educated about the many resources available in their backyard. Being raised in Athens, Seth Sumner takes his job duties as City Manager with pride. As the pandemic started to invoke fear and challenges into our everyday lives, he took it as an opportunity to grow stronger with his community through providing factual information, resources, and safety for others. Through his many efforts and projects during the pandemic, Cleveland State has awarded him with the Community First Award for Public Service. Read more about Sumner Chosen as 2021 Community First Award Honoree for Public Service

Danny Lawson scholarship created at Cleveland State Community College

July 21, 2021 — As the Bradley County Commission approved a partnership with Cleveland State Community College to waive the cost for certain medical personnel to work toward being a paramedic, the commission also thanked the man who headed up the local ambulance service for several years for his service with these men and women. Read more about Danny Lawson scholarship created at Cleveland State Community College

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