JOHN ABBOTT STUDENTS RECOGNIZED FOR THEIR INVOLVEMENT

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue – April 25, 2017 – At a ceremony held Tuesday April 25, John Abbott College recognized the dedication and efforts of 55 students with a Service and Leadership Award.

The awards were established to honour students who make a significant contribution to student life and/or in the service of others at the College. Nominated students are recognized in one of four areas of engagement:

  1. Participation and making a meaningful contribution to a student club, service organization or committee;
  2. Contribution as the leader or significant supporter in the creation of a new project at the College or in the community;
  3. Provide a service to other students at John Abbott College
  4. Volunteerism in and around the College.

Additionally, 4 students were recognized for their outstanding service. The Outstanding Service Award is presented to those students, in good academic standing, whose contributions are of such a nature that their accomplishments are recognized throughout the College. These students demonstrate strong leadership, organizational and communication skills as well as a sense of commitment, responsibility and dedication to fellow students.

In picture: 2017 Outstanding Service and Leadership Award winners. From left: Sophia Ye, Marc-André Lavigne, Ngozi Oke Chinedu and Tina Lyon-Adams.

About John Abbott College
John Abbott College is a public Anglophone college serving students since 1971. Today, the increasingly diverse student body includes more than 6500 fulltime day students and an additional 2000 continuing education students. John Abbott is situated on the western tip of the Island of Montreal.