Streater Makes Large Donation to Leadership Program at SSC

Seminole State College President Lana Reynolds (left) visits with Seminole businessman and real estate developer Brandon Streater (right) about the President’s Leadership Class program at the College.

Seminole State College President Lana Reynolds (left) visits with Seminole businessman and real estate developer Brandon Streater (right) about the President’s Leadership Class program at the College. Streater, a former member of the PLC program, recently gave a gift of $10,000 to support the student leadership program.

Streater said, “Being in PLC opened my eyes to possibilities of what I could do with my life and helped me set career goals. I travelled the state and I met people who influenced my future. It feels great to be able to give back to the college that meant so much to me, and to help other students benefit from PLC.”

Students Complete President’s Leadership Class Program at SSC

Nine Seminole State College sophomores in the Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class recently received awards recognizing their completion of two years in the program. Members pictured with SSC President Lana Reynolds (middle row, far left) and sponsor Kim Pringle (front row, far right) are (back row l-r): Brandon Gomez of Oklahoma City, Cepado Wilkins, Jr. of Seminole, Kaitlyn Matlock of Lexington, Pepe Casey of Owasso; (middle row l-r) Sydney Winchester of Prague, Laney Anderson of Ada, Uriah McPerryman of Wetumka; (front row l-r) Jaycee Johnson of Prague and Jenna Harrison of Tecumseh.

SSC President’s Leadership Class Visits Lake Thunderbird

Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class students and Forester Riley Coy of the Oklahoma Forestry Services paused to take a photo before heading out on a 1.5-mile hike at Lake Thunderbird on April 21. Forester Coy provided insight about trees and other flora in the area, as well as the state. Pictured (left to right, back row): Riley Coy, Blake Parrick, Kaden Brill, Jenna Harrison, Anna Kelsey, Sydney Winchester, Uriah McPerryman, Abigail Shook, Thomas Choate, Marlee Hunter, Colin Dulaney, Jordan Lewis, Hunter Winn, Frank Bourlon, Brent White, Hailey Wallace, and Ayzia Shirey; (left to right, front row): Erin Bronson, Allyson Randall, Ava Adams, Caryssa Bui, Rebekah Choate, Cynthia Bui.
Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class students and Forester Riley Coy of the Oklahoma Forestry Services paused to take a photo before heading out on a 1.5-mile hike at Lake Thunderbird on April 21. Forester Coy provided insight about trees and other flora in the area, as well as the state. Pictured (left to right, back row): Riley Coy, Blake Parrick, Kaden Brill, Jenna Harrison, Anna Kelsey, Sydney Winchester, Uriah McPerryman, Abigail Shook, Thomas Choate, Marlee Hunter, Colin Dulaney, Jordan Lewis, Hunter Winn, Frank Bourlon, Brent White, Hailey Wallace, and Ayzia Shirey; (left to right, front row): Erin Bronson, Allyson Randall, Ava Adams, Caryssa Bui, Rebekah Choate, Cynthia Bui.

Forester Riley Coy (left) shows SSC student Jenna Harrison (right), of Shawnee, how to take a core sample from a cedar tree.
Forester Riley Coy (left) shows SSC student Jenna Harrison (right), of Shawnee, how to take a core sample from a cedar tree.

SSC President’s Leadership Class Lends a Hand at Food Bank

Pictured is The Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class. The students recently volunteered at the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.

The Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class volunteered at the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, located in Oklahoma City, on Nov. 9. The thirty-five students unloaded, weighed, and packaged food to help families facing food insecurity issues. The students split into two groups, one group prepared poblano peppers and the other packaged breakfast cereal. In total the students completed 214 cases of food, weighing nearly 3,000 pounds. When the students had finished, they had packaged enough food for 2,460 meals.

PLC students Colin Frederick (left), of Seminole, and Thomas Choate (right), also of Seminole, unload breakfast cereal at the Regional Food Bank.

PLC students Colin Frederick (left), of Seminole, and Thomas Choate (right), also of Seminole, unload breakfast cereal at the Regional Food Bank.

SSC President’s Leadership Class Registers Students to Vote

PLC student registers students to vote.

Members of the Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class helped students register to vote in honor of National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 22. PLC students set up six tables across campus, encouraged their peers to participate in the upcoming election and gave away t-shirts to anyone who registered. (Pictured) Jenna Harrison, of Shawnee, guided students through the process at her station in Tanner Hall.

SSC President’s Leadership Class Attends Voter Engagement Event

Members of the Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class attended a voter engagement event held in the Utterback Ballroom on campus Sept. 17. The event featured a pre-recorded interview with U.S. Congresswoman Kendra Horn, a pre-recorded video from State Regent and former State Attorney General Mike Turpen and a virtual panel discussion featuring State Labor Commissioner Leslie Osborn, State Senator Zack Taylor (District 28) and State Representative Jason Dunnington (District 88). Continue reading “SSC President’s Leadership Class Attends Voter Engagement Event”