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Director's Award

Four Rivers Career Center Director's Award

New for the 2016-17 school year, the Four Rivers Career Center is introducing the Director’s Award, given to students twice per school year at the end of each semester.

 

Students from each program at FRCC, one morning student and one afternoon student, is recognized during the Director’s Award luncheon.

 

The students are selected by instructors from each program. They are given a certificate of appreciation with comments from their respective instructor written on the back of the certificate on why they were chosen.

 

The honorees enjoy a group lunch with FRCC Director Andy Robinson, where they share with each other what projects they are working on and how the school year is going in their respective programs.

 

Recipients from the first semester of the 2016-17 school year are:

 

Morning: Brandon Long (Pacific, Automotive Technology), Steven Hoekel (Union, Automotive Technology), Michael McLaren (Wright City, Building Trades), Andrew Rosenburg (Washington, Collision Repair), Raven Ritrovato (St. Clair, Graphic Communications), MacKenzie Bay (St. Clair, Health Occupations), Josh Clark (Hermann, Information Technology), Tim Hoekel (Union, Machine Tool) and Mary Hinnah (Washington, Teaching Careers).

 

Afternoon: Nick Dierking (Washington, Automotive Technology), Sami Jacquin (Washington, Automotive Technology), Daniel VanDillen (Warrenton, Building Trades), Claire Ehlenbeck (Warrenton, Collision Repair), Pierce Simmons (Washington, Graphic Communications), Jerry DeLargy (Washington, Health Occupations), Curtis Brinker (Washington, Information Technology), Cole Hanneken (Borgia, Machine Tool) and Madison Box (Borgia, Teaching Careers).

 

See the pictures below of the morning and afternoon recipients of the Four Rivers Career Center’s Director’s Award.

2016-17 First Semester Recipients

Pictured are Four Rivers Career Center Director’s Award recipients for the morning session. Seated, from left, are Tim Hoekel, Josh Clark, Steven Hoekel, Andrew Rosenburg and Michael McLaren. Standing, from left, are Brandon Long, Raven Ritrovato, FRCC Director Andy Robinson, MacKenzie Bay and Mary Hinnah.


Pictured are Four Rivers Career Center Director’s Award recipients for the afternoon session. Seated, from left, are Nick Dierking, Madison Box, Sami Jacquin, Claire Ehlenbeck and Daniel VanDillen. Standing, from left, are Cole Hanneken, Jerry DeLargy, FRCC Director Andy Robinson, Curtis Brinker and Pierce Simmons.