Students leaders honored with awards at Cazenovia College’s Annual Leaders Celebration

CAZENOVIA — Cazenovia College’s Annual Leaders Celebration recognized the remarkable contributions students, staff, and faculty made to enrich the Cazenovia College experience. Those honored play various roles and contribute in different ways to creating a positive campus-life environment.

Kayla Hamilton of Parish

Leader Scholars Award: The Leader Scholars Award recognizes students who serve in many roles, including team captains, master students, resident advisors, peer mentors, and club presidents. While serving, they have all also managed to achieve a minimum GPA of 3.70, demonstrating outstanding abilities to manage time, maintain priorities, and dedicate themselves in and outside the classroom.

Helping Hand Awards: The Helping Hand Award is given to a group or individuals who have provided contribution above and beyond the role or program of which they are a part. Their contributions quietly and clearly transcend and eliminate the parameters of what is “my job” and “your job” and rather understand that on many occasions in a small community, and on a campus as active as ours, Cazenovia College and the student experience is “our job!

Amy Holland of Fulton

Leader Scholars Award: The Leader Scholars Award recognizes students who serve in many roles, including team captains, master students, resident advisors, peer mentors, and club presidents. While serving, they have all also managed to achieve a minimum GPA of 3.70, demonstrating outstanding abilities to manage time, maintain priorities, and dedicate themselves in and outside the classroom.

Olivia Hoy of Altmar

Leader Scholars Award: The Leader Scholars Award recognizes students who serve in many roles, including team captains, master students, resident advisors, peer mentors, and club presidents. While serving, they have all also managed to achieve a minimum GPA of 3.70, demonstrating outstanding abilities to manage time, maintain priorities, and dedicate themselves in and outside the classroom.

Caprice Yost of Mexico

Leader Scholars Award: The Leader Scholars Award recognizes students who serve in many roles, including team captains, master students, resident advisors, peer mentors, and club presidents. While serving, they have all also managed to achieve a minimum GPA of 3.70, demonstrating outstanding abilities to manage time, maintain priorities, and dedicate themselves in and outside the classroom.

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