Science Student is Celebrated at College Awards

20 December 2017 | College News, Science

Science whiz Monet, has gone above and beyond to make the most out of her student experience and has been recognised by City College Plymouth at their Student of the Term awards.

Monet Wozencroft, 19, from Elburton was awarded the science Student of the Term award for her positive contribution to the department but also for her work in the wider College community, as she is always willing to ‘be part of it’.

Speaking about being nominated for the award, Monet said: “I couldn’t really believe I was nominated for a Student of the Term award – it’s easy to get excited about your course if you love what you do! I can’t speak more highly of the students and staff, and I’m so happy to have won this award.”

City College’s Director of Creative, Digital and Science Industries, Mark Trewin, said: “Monet’s passion for her course and the College in general is exceptional. She is a wonderful ambassador, as well as a highly positive and proactive student and it was with great pleasure that I was able to present her with a Student of the Term award.”

The Student of the Term awards recognise and reward students who are making a positive contribution to their course, the College or the local community – over and above what is expected. There is an overall winner for each of the College’s curriculum areas who are presented with their awards at a ceremony held in the College’s PL1 Restaurant.

Those looking to pursue a career in science can find out more at the College’s Adult Education Evening on Wednesday 3 January, 4.30pm to 6.30pm at Kings Road. Please visit cityplym.ac.uk/events or call 01752 305300 for more information.

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