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RCC instructors nominated for Chancellor’s Award

Four instructors working with Rappahannock Community College’s Workforce Development (WFD) Office were recently honored with nominations for the annual Virginia Community College System (VCCS) Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Workforce Training and Instruction. Nominees are selected based on course evaluations, years of service, assistance to the college in program development, and support of the college in serving Virginia’s workforce and community.

In the category of employer services (customized training, including assessments of employer needs, and preparation and teaching of training tailored to the employer’s needs), RCC’s nominee was Annette Kane-Shine. For occupation-specific instruction and services (student support services and credit- and noncredit-bearing courses leading to certification and other credentials), the nominee was Gary Riedel. For Career Paths (transitional instruction and services preparing participants to be successful as college students and later as employees), the nominee was Victoria Holt; and for community services (delivering courses and programs focused on personal growth and leisure that contribute to community well-being), the nominee was Jeff Logan.

Pictured (left to right, front row) are Randall Stamper, VCCS assistant vice chancellor of career pathways and workforce programs; RCC’s president, Dr. Elizabeth Crowther; honorees Gary Riedel and Jeff Logan; and RCC’s vice president of workforce development, Jason Perry. Second row, left to right: RCC’s vice president of instruction and student development, Dr. Donna Alexander; Glenns Campus WFD administrative assistant Marlene Cralle; WFD program administrative specialist Donald Bartholomay; WFD director of business and industry training Harriet Dawson; WFD Middle College director Marjorie Lampkin; and WFD Youth Services case manager Julisa Hackett. Third row, left to right: RCC workforce coordinator David Valadez; Warsaw Campus WFD administrative assistants Lorraine Parker and Tina Bremar; and WFD transition counselor Betsy Witt. Ms. Kane-Shine and Ms. Holt were unfortunately unable to be present on the day of the photograph.

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