Pierce College Puyallup student program wins national recognition

The Learn to Lead program is one of the few chosen from 100 entries across America.

The Learn to Lead program at Pierce College Puyallup is featured in the 2002 Bridges to Success publication of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.
The program is one of only 11 chosen from 100 national entries.
Bridges to Success is distributed to administrators nationally at the beginning of the academic year.
In addition, copies will be sent to Pierce’s congressional representatives, Gov. Gary Locke, the White House and the U.S. Department of Education among others.
At Pierce College Puyallup, student leaders receive hours of training for activities board and student government positions, beginning a month or more before the beginning of the academic year.
For more information about the program, contact Mari Kruger at 253/ 840-8415 or mkruger@pierce.ctc.edu.
Other programs honored by NASPA this year include the University of South Carolina’s Carolinian Creed Week; Arizona State’s Faculty Fellows Program; University of California, Los Angeles’ Lavender Graduation;
Seattle University, The Collegia Program; University of Arkansas’ Counselor-In-Residence Program; University of Colorado at Boulder’s Restorative Justice Program; Syracuse University’s University in the Community; University of Maine at Framington’s Girl Talk;
Northern Essex Community College’s Student Leadership Development Program; and Cleveland State University’s First Year in 40 Minutes.

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