Congratulations to CATC’s 2017 Student of the Year:
Jackson is a student in the Law Enforcement Academy Program. He exhibits professionalism and maturity well beyond the expectations of the program. He also exhibits motivation and enthusiasm with classmates that push them to complete high intensity workouts because of his enthusiasm. His integrity and commitment to ethics help to make him an incredible leader with his peers.
Jackson won the Silver medal in the Job Interview Skills competition at CATC. He consistently approaches assigned work in a serious and thoughtful manner. He exceeds expectations regarding safety and thoroughness of completed work. Not only does he have respect for his teacher and classmates, the professionalism and discipline he displays on a daily basis conveys respect upon him by others.
Jackson has been in the Delayed Entry Program with the Marine Corps since August 2016. He meets with his Staff Sargent and other poolees Wednesday afternoons and participates in intensive fitness training to prepare for boot camp.
In August, Jackson will ship out to Parris Island in South Carolina for boot camp. He has committed to eight years of service in the United States Marine Corp.
Capital Area Technical Center offers diverse, safe and innovative learning experiences in which highly skilled educators empower students in developing the competencies needed to achieve their future goals.