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Eleven inducted into leadership society

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Saturday, June 14, 2014
Landen Stevenson (left) of Waynesville and Helen Jackson of Clyde were among the 11 students inducted into Southwestern Community College’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success. The society aims to help students discover and achieve their life goals and leadership potential. To become inducted, each student must hold a 3.00 GPA and participate in leadership training, work with fellow members and attend at least three speaking events. For more information about SCC and its programs, call 828.339.4000.
 Six Jackson County residents were among the 11 students inducted into Southwestern Community College’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success. Pictured are, from left: Julie Harrold of Cashiers, Lauren Scarboro of Webster, Elizabeth Hammer of Sylva, Kaitlyn Moody of Whittier Leah Kelly Johnson of Tuckasegee and Conner Wilson of Sylva. The society aims to help students discover and achieve their life goals and leadership potential. To become inducted, each student must hold a 3.00 GPA and participate in leadership training, work with fellow members and attend at least three speaking events. For more information about SCC and ts programs, call 828.339.4000.
 Rachel Cook (left) and Olivia Johnson, both of Franklin, were among the 11 students inducted into Southwestern Community College’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success. The society aims to help students discover and achieve their life goals and leadership potential. To become inducted, each student must hold a 3.00 GPA and participate in leadership training, work with fellow members and attend at least three speaking events. For more information about SCC and its programs, call 828.339.4000.
Katherine McGugan of Bryson City was among the 11 students inducted into Southwestern Community College’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success. The society aims to help students discover and achieve their life goals and leadership potential. To become inducted, each student must hold a 3.00 GPA and participate in leadership training, work with fellow members and attend at least three speaking events. For more information about SCC and its programs, call 828.339.4000.