Congratulations to PVCC students, Amanda McCloud and Natalie McNight for being nominated as our 2019-2020 All-USA representatives. Honors Program Director, Jenny Neujoy takes the time to “thank the amazing community at PVCC that has supported them and fostered their growth.”
All-USA is awarded every year to two PVCC students that demonstrate both academic excellence and application of their learning to help others on our campus. Natalie and Amanda, thank you for extending your learning beyond the classroom and for serving as role models to so many students on campus. Both students will receive free tuition to ASU, U of A or NAU as well as move on to compete at the national level.
All-USA applications are due every year in late October. If you know of an excellent first-year student and community leader, please encourage them to develop their projects and apply next year! Get the details.
Exercise Science: Pre-Physical Therapy
Natalie is planning to transfer to Arizona State University to finish out her bachelors in Kinesiology, ultimately ending with a doctorate from Physical Therapy school. Her career goal is to work as a physical therapist and eventually open up her own practice.
Activities: Honors SHAC Leader, Full-time worker, Church volunteer, Health coach and creator of PVCC campus event called Self Help: A guide to a better Physical and Mental Health
Presidents list, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Honors Program student
Amanda plans to transfer to Arizona State University to earn a masters in psychology. Her career goals are to become a psychologist specializing in helping children and eventually a social worker. College/Community Activities: Acting President of the PRIDE Club, Co-Director of Club Z, Phi Theta Kappa officer and creator of The Fridge (PVCC’s Moving Art Gallery)
College Honors: President’s List and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society