A home-schooled Kenbridge, Virginia native, Elizabeth Dunn earned an Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies from Southside Virginia Community College. She completed the degree with a 4.0 grade point average.
A Park View High School graduate, Brentley Morris grew up in Lunenburg County, Virginia. He earned an Associate of Arts and Sciences in Business Administration from Southside Virginia Community College.
Daniel Taylor grew up in Lawrenceville, VA and continues to make Lawrenceville his home. However, he sure has gotten around!
Daniel graduated from Southside Virginia Community College's Truck Driver Training School in August 2008. After graduation, he drove long-haul for the same company for four years. He saw beautiful sunsets and sunrises, ate different foods popular in various parts of the country and met many different people.
Jennifer Atkins grew up in Danville, Virginia and graduated from George Washington High School. She earned a Career Studies Certificate in Agribusiness from Southside Virginia Community College in May 2018 and was recently hired as Southside Marketing Specialist by Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
A Central High School graduate from Kenbridge, Virginia, Ashley Williams was a very engaged Southside Virginia Community College student.
Jamall Walker, from Blackstone, VA, graduated from Nottoway County High School. He worked in various jobs after graduation, but was not finding his "career."
Emma Modrall, from Dinwiddie, Virginia, graduated from Southside Virginia Community College with an Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies.
A Randolph Henry High School graduate from Red Oak, Virginia, Brittany Stembridge earned a General Education Certificate and an Associate of Arts and Sciences in Business Administration from Southside Virginia Community College.
A Lawrenceville, Virginia native and Brunswick High School graduate, Jared Barmoy chose Southside Virginia Community College, giving him the opportunity to stay at home and work while saving significantly on his education costs.
LaWanda Fisher, from Lawrenceville, Virginia and a Brunswick High School graduate, returned home after experiencing a four-year college, choosing to continue her studies in what she describes as "the more supportive atmosphere at Southside Virginia Community College."