Moraine Park Student Receives Presidential Student Community Impact Award

(Fond du Lac) Moraine Park Technical College recently awarded one student the first ever Presidential Student Community Impact Award.  Renee Vnuk-Uhrman, of Campbellsport, is a second-year student in the Medical Laboratory Technician program.  Renee is part of the college’s Promise program, is the current Moraine Park Newman Civic Fellow, the Secretary for the MLT Student Club, and volunteers at her high school alma mater and her local community hospital, all while maintaining high academic standards.  It is for these reasons, combined with her clocking over 200 hours of volunteer work, that Renee Vnuk-Uhrman has been honored with the Presidential Student Community Impact Award.


The Student Community Impact Award recognition program acknowledges students who complete service learning, logging their hours, and submit a reflection of their service time while at Moraine Park.  Students who meet these standards and complete between 25 and 49 hours of volunteer work earn a bronze award, 50-99 hours earns silver, 100-199 hours earns gold, and over 200 hours earns the presidential award.


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