MPTC Students Recognized For Volunteer Work

(Beaver Dam) Moraine Park Technical College has recognized students who earned a Community Impact Award for their volunteer work during the 2019-2020 school year. The Community Impact Award recognition program is designed to acknowledge students who complete over 25 hours of service learning, log their hours and submit a reflection on their service time at the college. In total, Moraine Park students logged over 1,800 hours of service, impacting 32 area community partners.

Earning the college’s inaugural presidential award, for over 200 hours of service, is Brett Hebert of Fond du Lac. Herbert’s volunteer hours were spent helping both the Fond du Lac Boys and Girls Club and the college’s Criminal Justice Club.

Earning gold award for over 100 hours of service is Cortland Hemming of Fond du Lac. Hemming volunteered over 100 hours since last summer for the Fond du Lac High School Color Guard. Earning a silver award for 50 to 99 hours of service are Meghan Griswold of Waupun, Ashlee Keller of Hartford, Alysha Kurz of Waupun and Jordan Sterns of Germantown. 

Earning a bronze award for 25 to 49 hours of service are Ashley Ade of Jackson, Breanna Alioto of Fredonia, Brielle Aylesworth of Waupun, Erica Boehnlein of Jackson, Merinda Chamberlin of Ripon, Kylie Cody of Juneau, Alexis Darkow of West Bend, Kendra DeJager of Waupun, Ashley Despres of Waupun, Stephanie Dobek of Beaver Dam, Molly Donais of West Bend, Brittany Enderle of Mayville, Taylor Erlauer of Port Washington, Kayleigh Gorman of West Bend, Haley Ilkenhans of Fond du Lac, Erika Kaatz of Ripon, Amy Kaminski of Fall River, Cheyenne Kohrt of Burnett, Cathryn Kuslits of Oakfield, Sarah Lemmenes of Waupun, Abby Muenchow of Horicon, Megan Neu of Green Lake, Nora Nuhiji of Horicon, Caitlin Pieper of Burnett, Heather Pieper of West Bend, Rhonda Roehl of Campbellsport, Gina Roll of West Bend, Samantha Schubring of Lomira, Olivia Sharp of Fond du Lac, Bethany Thome of Mount Calvary, Meghan Thompson of West Bend, Tania Torres of Horicon, Kayla Wagner of Malone, Rebecca Wenninger of Horicon, and Emma Zimmerman of Fox Lake.