Sydney Brumbelow grew up in Chesterfield, Virginia and graduated from Cosby High School. She earned an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing from Southside Virginia Community College.
Thomas Bullock, III grew up in South Hill, Virginia and graduated from Park View High School. He attended Southside Virginia Community College and earned an Associate of Applied Science in Police Science.
Chris Graves grew up in Hyattsville, MD and graduated from Northwestern High School in 2002. He enrolled at Southside Virginia Community College in 2004. While at SVCC, Chris worked in the College's library through the work-study program. Chris was also a member of the SVCC basketball team. After graduating in 2006 with an Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies, Chris transferred to Virginia Commonwealth University.
A Central High School graduate from Warfield, Virginia, Dwan Hailey earned an Associate of Applied Science in Human Services from Southside Virginia Community College.
A 2016 Randolph-Henry High School graduate, Tyler Amos, from Keysville, VA, earned a Career Studies Certificate in Diesel Mechanics from Southside Virginia Community College in 2017.
Originally from the Philippines, Denice Bautista moved with his family to South Hill, VA when he was fifteen years old. After graduating from Park View High School, Denice continued studies he had begun at Southside Virginia Community College while still a high school student in the dual enrollment program.
From Charlotte County, Virginia, Cody Tharpe graduated high school from Fuqua School before earning his Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies from Southside Virginia Community College.
Tara Francis, a Halifax County native and Halifax County High School graduate, contributes her career in part to Southside Virginia Community College.
Quadre Pulliam grew up in Saxe, Virginia and graduated in May 2017 from Randolph-Henry High School. Almost immediately after high school graduation, he began the Power Line Worker Training Program at Southside Virginia Community College.
From Chase City, Virginia, Tayia Smith completed Southside Virginia Community College's Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) program while also a student at Bluestone High School and working a part-time job.