Associate degrees

Seven high school students earn associate’s degrees from Salem College

Salem County Vocational and Technical School seniors who earned associate degrees from Salem Community College are, left to right, Madeline Melle, Sierra Schneider, Joelle Martins, Delia Delgado Martinez, Amanda Gigante and Makayla Richman. (Not pictured: Jeff Proud.)Charles Erhardt/CSC

Seven high school students earned associate’s degrees from Salem Community College on May 19, a month before graduating from Salem County Vocational and Technical School.

Here is the list of graduates as well as the program they are following at SCVTS, their SCC major and their plan for fall 2021:

  • Delia Delgado Martinez — Child care and early childhood education; Liberal Arts; will attend Wilmington University
  • Amanda Gigante — Academy of Agricultural Sciences; Biology/Chemistry; will attend Findlay University
  • Joelle Martins — Child care and early childhood education; Liberal Arts; will attend the University of South Florida
  • Madeleine Melle — Academy of Medical Sciences; Biology/Chemistry; will attend Virginia Tech
  • jeff proud – Construction; Liberal Arts; will start the job
  • Makayla Richman – Allied Health Professionals; Health Sciences; will attend Widener University
  • Sierra Schneider — Child care and early childhood education; Liberal Arts; will attend Westfield State University

CSC graduates will receive their SCVTS diplomas on June 16.

Since 2001, 59 SCVTS seniors have graduated from CSC.

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