Congratulations to WOCHA and MOCHA Students | May 2018
Newsletter May 2018
Congratulations to WOCHA and MOCHA Students
We’re celebrating the accomplishments of WOCHA cohort #3 and MOCHA cohort #5 students, who gathered at Radio Social on April 21st and took the opportunity to reminisce on their year-long leadership development experience. Each of these students have shown they’re willing to be challenged and motivated to be exemplary leaders, determined to excel academically, personally, and civically.
Congratulations on their successful completion of each aspect of the leadership program requirements! We look forward to seeing them make a meaningful difference in their professional and academic communities.
Efmajackson Rosario | Second-year student | Computing & Information Technologies
JaJuan Webster | Third-year student | Game Design and Development
Larry M. Williams III | Second-year student | Business Exploration
Brian Zarzuela | Third-year student | Computer Engineering Technology
We also congratulate several WOCHA and MOCHA students who were elected to various leadership positions and recognized for their leadership attributes. We congratulate them for their accomplishment, dedication, and leadership, as follows:
Naveida Huggins, a fourth-year student majoring in Environmental Sustainability Health and Safety was elected as Senator for the College of Applied Science and Technology, a member of WOCHA cohort #3.
Corinne Mendieta, a third-year student majoring in Mechanical Engineering Technology was elected as Student Government Vice-President, a member of WOCHA cohort #3.
Christian Gayles-Love, a second-year student majoring in Mechanical Engineering Technology was elected as President for the ALANA Collegiate Association, a member of MOCHA cohort #5.
Carlos Villegas, a third-year student majoring in Business Management was elected as Vice-President for the ALANA Collegiate Association, a member MOCHA cohort #4.
And finally, congratulations to those WOCHA women and MOCHA men who will be graduating and taking on new opportunities in their lives.