Students who participated in Jamestown Community College's Student Ambassador Program during the 2011-12 academic year were recognized at a ceremony and dinner held recently at the college's Sheldon House.
Marilyn A. Zagora, JCC's vice president/dean of academic affairs, provided congratulatory remarks while Jade Barber and Katelyn Illingworth of JCC's recruitment staff recognized individual students.
More than 30 students participated in the program, which is open to both freshmen and sophomores, throughout the year. Ambassadors support the college's recruitment activities in a number of ways including guiding campus tours, corresponding with prospective students, participating in panel discussions, and accompanying recruitment staff members on visits to high schools and college fairs.
Danielle Broughton, Desiree Lyman, Benjamin Jackson, Carika Dixon, Chelsea Young, Jade Barber, Katelyn Illingworth, and Marilyn Zagora.
Jamestown Campus ambassadors, all May graduates, included Danielle Broughton of Angelica, Desiree Lyman of Belmont, Jordan Farnham and Brian Julian of Bemus Point, Carika Dixon of Binghamton, Amanda Wickmark of Fredonia, Chelsea Young of Gowanda, Sheila Benson, Matt Mancuso, Madeline Schlick, and Trent Stafford of Jamestown, and Benjamin Jackson of Randolph.