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Clifton Forge, VA (June 13, 2018) - First-year students who attended the Jackson River Governor’s School at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College this past spring earned the “Science and Mathematics Career Studies Certificate”, a 17-credit course of study designed for individuals interested in STEM careers (science, technology, engineering and mathematics.) This was the second year that this particular certificate was offered by DSLCC. Front row, from left: Brandon Caldwell, Logan Robertson, Vanna Hoke, Emily Myers, Linsey Brown, all from Alleghany High School; Sophia Dryden and Jacob Zimmerman, Parry McCluer High School; Melissa Howdershelt, Courtney Hubbard, AHS; Gabrielle Reed, Bath County High School; Jordan McPeek and Kaylie Hampton, AHS; and Ethan Whitt, James River High School. Back row: Maggie Thompson, Caitlyn Tierney, Olivia Bryant and Tristan Brown, AHS; Jillian Brown and Allan Kimmel, Bath County High School; Derek Benoit, AHS; Emma Marshall, Bath County; Tessa Jones, Daniel Holter and Ian Dehaven, James River High School; Madison Noel, Covington High School; and Bailee Leitch, AHS. For more information about the Jackson River Governor’s School at DSLCC, contact Director Eddie Graham at (540) 863-2872 or email egraham@dslcc.edu.

JRGS Science & Math Studies Certificate Earned By Students

 
 
 
 

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