Wayne State Student Recognized For Career Education Honor
Posted: 28 November, 2012
WAYNE - Ninety-two Nebraska Career Education students, who received national awards earlier this year, were recently recognized in Lincoln.
Nebraska Education Commissioner Roger Breed and Gov. Dave Heineman recognized the state’s career education students who received first, second, third place or finalist awards during national leadership and skills competition held by their respective Career Student Organizations. The students were recognized during a Nov. 19 ceremony. Among the award winners was Amber Kutnink of Wayne State College, who was recognized for her efforts in Phi Beta Lamba.