After over 20 years working in civil engineering and construction management, Dr. Tan Qu decided he needed a change in his career and came to teach in the Wharton-Smith Center for Construction at Seminole State College.
After earning the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke transfer scholarship in 2015, Juliana Rodriguez Bohorquez is now working her way through Howard University medical school towards her dream.
Alicia and John Eynouf both experienced success in their careers, but found they weren't pursuing their passions. With help from Seminole State College, both were able to transform their paths.
Suarez earned her bachelor’s degree from Seminole State College of Florida after immigrating to the U.S. from Cuba in 2013. After just six years, Suarez has changed countries, completed her degree, landed a professional job and is set to finish her next degree in July.
Melissa Cunningham decided to go back to school in 2012 following a series of hardships. She selected Seminole State College of Florida to pursue her degree, and she was one of four students from Seminole State College to earn a Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship in 2015.
In the middle of one of the most hotly contested social movements in recent history, you’ll find Daniel Leon-Davis, co-founder and partner of The Soze Agency, which works to shift the narrative that creates positive culture and drives change forward.