4C's Alumni Network Seeks Nominations for 2020 Alumni of the Year Award

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The Cape Cod Community College Alumni Network is seeking nominations for the 2020, Alumni of the Year Award. This prestigious award will be presented during the Commencement ceremonies on May 20, 2020. John Cox, President of the College, will introduce and honor the award recipients during the ceremony.

One individual who attended or graduated from CCCC more than 10 years ago, and one individual who attended or graduated within the past 10 years will receive the award, recognizing their personal and professional achievements.

The following areas are considered when nominating a candidate. The nominee should exhibit personal and professional growth through:

•Continuing educational/professional development
•Growth in their career
•Dedication to community service, locally or nationally
•Depth of personal achievements

Nominees are also encouraged to demonstrate ways in which they have continued to support and engage CCCC and its endeavors. Past award recipients are not eligible for nomination. Visit our website: www.ccccfoundation.org/alumni-of-the-year-award/ to view the list of past recipients.To nominate an alumnus or alumna of the College, please fill out the Alumni of the Year Nomination Form found at https://www.ccccfoundation.org/alumni-of-the-year-award/


Request a printable copy by contacting Josh Richards at: Email: [email protected] Phone: 774-330-4870

Mail to: Josh Richards, Cape Cod Community College Educational Foundation, 2240 Iyannough Road, West Barnstable, MA 02668.

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