A highlight of the event will be the attendance of an influential list of VIP’s including Lucy Wicks Member for Robertson, Chris Holstein Member for Gosford, and Lawrie McKinna, Mayor of Gosford City. All three will be taking the platform to address students and staff, and to congratulate them on their achievements.
Amongst the awards will be the Student of the Year 2013 Award which will go to the student who, in the opinion of the College, has demonstrated hard work and commitment in gaining their qualification.
Executive Director, Jonathan Davis said, “The Awards Evening is an extremely important date in the College calendar. It not only provides us with a chance to formally recognise individual achievement, but also demonstrates to the community and beyond that the Central Coast region has a fantastic pool of qualified talent available to employers.
“The College is proud to recognise the achievements of all its students and is very proud to be able to celebrate their success with friends and family.
I am extremely pleased to be welcoming our VIP’s whose combined experience and expertise will, I’m sure, inspire students to concentrate on their career development and harness every opportunity that is available to them.”
Lucy Wicks, Federal Member for Robertson said “Congratulations to the students at Central Coast Community College. It is an honour to be able to present prizes to the outstanding achievers in the Business field at the inaugural awards night.
“There are no limits to what this country can achieve for its people – and these talented young people are leading the way. I look forward to seeing how their business ideas grow, and help us build a stronger Australia.
“I’m passionate about seeing the Central Coast thrive, and I look forward to hearing all about the great work being done at the College”
Chris Holstein, NSW State Member for Gosford said “I commend the college on this, its inaugural Graduation Ceremony. Many students will remember this ceremony as the start of great new opportunities for their future.”
Lawrie McKinna, Mayor of Gosford City said “Central Coast Community College has been part of our local community for over 30 years, helping to educate, up skill and enrich the lives of its students.
“These awards are a great opportunity to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of students who have excelled in their chosen field of study and I commend them all on their great accomplishments.”