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Presidential Report September 19, 2006
SCC's Automotive Program - 1st in the Nation
It's official! We've just received notification that the GM ASEP Program has been named National Winner of the Automotive Industry Planning Council (AIPC) Award of Excellence in the Post-Secondary, Manufacturer-Affiliated Programs category. The award includes a $10,000 scholarship, a new Daimler-Chrysler, a new Honda and a trophy cup. The Awards Ceremony is scheduled for November 29 in Atlanta. Congratulations to Jim Cox, Dean Angela Kersenbrock, Barbara Miller and the Automotive Team! Nice timing with the opening of the CFADA Professional Automotive Training Facility!
1st In Print
We received word today that the SCC Foundation newsletter won a First Place Award from the Institutional Advancement Commission of the Florida Association of Community Colleges. The award will be given in Tampa on November 2. You may remember that the Foundation contracts with Michael Garlich's area to design and print their publications. Congratulations to Michael, Matt Hodge and their staffs!
President's Club Dinner
The SCC Foundation is hosting the Presidents' Club dinner tomorrow evening at 5:30 p.m. at the Heathrow Country Club. The speaker for the evening is Nick Anderson with the Orlando Magic.
FACC Trustee Workshop
The FACC Trustee Workshop will be held on Thursday, November 2, in conjunction with the FACC Annual Convention. All meetings will take place at the Hyatt Regency in Tampa.
Parking Lot Renovations
Renovations to parking lot #2, located in front of the Weldon and Student Success Services buildings on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus, started today and include a temporary closure of the entire parking lot in October. According to SCC's Facilities Department, the total closure of the lot is expected to last six business days (Friday, Oct. 6 and Monday - Friday, Oct. 9-13), resulting in a safer, more easily navigated traffic pattern, plus 46 new faculty/staff parking spots.
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