Kay Howarth, Nishta Oberai, and Nash Seufer, students at Front Range Community College, have earned National Engaged Leader awards from the National Society of Leadership and Success.

The trio were honored at the Boulder County induction ceremony for 44 new society members.

The National Society of Leadership and Success has chapters at more than 475 colleges and universities. It helps students discover and achieve their goals.

To earn the National Engaged Leader Award, students must attend chapter orientation, attend six video broadcasts of nationally known speakers, attend six Success Networking Team meetings, attend an interactive Leadership Training Day, and participate in community service projects.

The chapter honored Carla Stein, dean of student services, and Jim Vernon, business faculty, with Excellence in Service to Students awards. John Kinsey, philosophy instructor, received an Excellence in Teaching Award. Amy Mann, chair of Arts and Letters, received honorary membership into the chapter.

Student inductees:

Celia Aberle, Ambika Adhikari, Marna Alexander, Scott Ashton, Carly Atwood, Ona Babiciute, Allie Bickler, Mariam Bourhili, Piper Curran, Austin Cutler, Michelle Ellison, Sarah Flinn, Deepika Ghimire, Miranda Hall, Yilda Hernandez-Rojas, Kay Howarth, Victoria Jiricka, Dara Jordan-Davies, Kennetha Krutsch, Inna Kuzmina, Soukaina Latrache, Virginia Maestas, Kimberly Marcum.

Also, Sidney Marshall, Stephanie Mendoza, Benjamin Mertz, Sharla Norris, Kerri Parsley, Judy Rademacher, Jennifer Salaman, Brooks Salgado, Christiana Shafer, Amy Stokes, Aileen Szczesny, Chan T. Thang, Gregory Tonks, Tara Twait, Maira Velasco, Jana Ward, Karina White, Julie Wilson, Frances Zavala, Nishtha Oberai, and Christopher Seufer.

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About Front Range Community College

FRCC offers nearly 100 degree and certificate programs from locations in Boulder County, Larimer County, Westminster, and Brighton, and online.

FRCC is a member of the Colorado Community College System, the state’s largest system of higher education. CCCS serves more than 162,000 students annually. The system oversees career and academic programs in the 13 state community colleges and career and technical programs in more than 160 school districts and six other post-secondary institutions.

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