SCC Honors Student Organization Leaders

SCC Honors Student Organization Leaders

Receiving Stanly Community College engraved medallions for outstanding student leadership during the 2021-22 academic year were (left to right) Cassidy Ball, Jordan Moseley, and Toby Neal.

 

Albemarle, NC – Stanly Community College (SCC) recently recognized three leaders of its campus student organizations during a luncheon at Rosebriar Restaurant.

Each of the recipients received a medal with the college seal and their name and organization engraved.

Cassidy Ball served during the academic year as president of the Student Government Association and was also a member of Phi Beta Lambda. A straight-A student, earlier this year she was named as the college’s recipient of the NC Community College System’s Academic Excellence Award; each of the 58 community colleges’ recipients has a student’s photo and biography highlighted on the state website.

Ms. Ball is from Albemarle and graduated with an Associate in Arts degree. She will be attending the University of North Carolina Pembroke this fall, studying business and management.

Toby Neal served during the year in leadership roles with both the Spectrum Club and the college’s Phi Beta Lambda chapter. Recently elected as a state PBL officer, he will compete in the Job Interview and Retail Services events during national PBL competition later this summer. He was also selected as the college’s recipient and nominee for the state Community College System’s Governor Robert W. Scott Outstanding Student Leader Award.

From Mount Pleasant, he is an Associate in Arts major at SCC with plans to transfer to UNC Charlotte upon graduation and pursue a teaching degree in history.

Jordan Rose Moseley, from Stanfield, served as vice president of the campus Multicultural Club and was selected as one of the three E.J. Snyder Outstanding Scholar Award winners and spoke on behalf of the graduating class for the 2022 SCC graduation.

Jordan received an Associate in Arts degree and will be a biology major at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in the fall.

The awards are sponsored by the SCC Student Government Association and selected from nominations by the advisors of the campus’ student organizations.