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Moraine Park Technical College is committed to community engagement and student success.  The College supports these commitments through the opportunity for students to participate in student community impact and apply their classroom knowledge to an applicable, real world environment. 

MPTC encourages students to participate in our community impact awards program where students can track their service learning or volunteer hours, submit their reflections, and earn a Bronze Award for 25 hoursSilver Award for 50 hours, Gold Award for 100 hours, or Presidents Award for 200 hours!

In the 2020 spring semester, 24 students earned awards and logged over 1,000 hours of service!

Congratulations to our Spring, 2020 award winners!

Bronze Award Winners

Completing 25-49 hours of service learning or volunteering.

  • Ashley Ade, Medical Assistant
  • Breanna Alioto, Medical Assistant
  • Erica Boehnlein, Medical Assistant
  • Alexis Darkow, Medical Assistant
  • Kendra DeJager, Medical Assistant
  • Molly Donais, Medical Assistant
  • Taylor Erlauer, Medical Assistant
  • Kayleigh Gorman, Medical Assistant
  • Cortland Henning, Culinary Arts*
  • Ashlee Keller, Medical Assistant
  • Cheyenne Kohrt, Medical Assistant
  • Cathryn Kuslits, Medical Assistant*
  • Abby Muenchow, Medical Assistant
  • Megan Neu, Medical Assistant
  • Nora Nuhiji, Medical Assistant
  • Caitlin Pieper, Medical Assistant
  • Gina Roll, Medical Assistant
  • Samantha Schubring, Medical Assistant    
  • Jordan Sterns, Medical Assistant
  • Bethany Thome, Graphics*
  • Meghan Thompson, Medical Assistant
  • Emma Zimmerman, Medical Office 

Silver Award Winners

Completing 50-99 hours of service learning or volunteering.

  • Meghan Griswold, Marketing & Social Media*
  • Cortland Henning, Culinary Arts*
  • Ashlee Keller, Medical Assistant
  • Jordan Sterns, Medical Assistant

Gold Award Winner

Completing 100-199 hours of service learning or volunteering.

  • Cortland Henning, Culinary Arts*

President’s Award Winner

Completing 200+ hours of service learning or volunteering.

  • Brett Hebert, Criminal Justice*

*Promise Scholar students

Anne Lemke
Written by Anne Lemke
Student Community Impact Coordinator