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NACC handed out its annual Awards during a Parliamentary reception at the 2014 Conference, and APTN cameras were rolling during the presentation of the Graduate of the Year Award.
This honour recognizes a new graduate who has successfully completed a program at an NACC school, is currently working in the field in which they trained, and whose desire for a better future is what all career college students should strive to achieve.
This year’s winner is Fallon Cybulski of Willis College Ottawa.
She joined the Courage to Soar program, which is offered by Willis College and the Minwaashin Lodge Aboriginal Women’s Support Centre. This program is designed to assist Aboriginal Women who are abused, homeless and severely disadvantaged.
After her graduation she found employment as an Office Assistant at TeKnoWave, an Ottawa company. She has consistently given back to the Courage to Soar program, tutoring others that have followed her and served as an example for others.
NACC is proud of Ms. Cybulski, and you can see the APTN story here.