PVCC Seeks Nominations for 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award
Charlottesville, Va. – January 22, 2020 – Piedmont Virginia Community College (PVCC) seeks nominations for the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award. Those nominated are PVCC alumni–they have taken a class, earned a certificate or graduated from PVCC–and will have achieved local, state, regional or national recognition for their contributions and success. The nomination deadline is March 15, 2020. The award recipient will be honored at graduation in May.
The PVCC Distinguished Alumni Award was established to recognize individuals who have had an inspirational impact on PVCC or within the community, and have delivered significant contributions through their career achievements and community service. “We look forward to honoring and showcasing our alumni, their talent and achievements. We aim to strengthen connections and inspire today’s students and others to strive for both personal and professional excellence,” stated Harry K. Stillerman, Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Development.
The award is presented based on the following criteria:
• Community Service – Demonstration of a visible commitment to the community.
• Impact – Accomplishments which have changed the community for the better.
• Outstanding Success – Significant career or personal achievements.
• Role Model – Inspiring excellence in others.
To learn more about the Distinguished Alumni Award contact the Office of Institutional Advancement and Development at 434.961.5226 or visit www.pvcc.edu/donors-friends/distinguished-alumni.
About Piedmont Virginia Community College
Established in 1972, Piedmont Virginia Community College is a nonresidential two-year institution of higher education that serves Central Virginia – principally, residents of the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson. PVCC is one of 23 community colleges in Virginia that comprise the Virginia Community College System. PVCC is committed to providing access to a college education for all who can benefit, an opportunity for each student to reach her/his potential, and excellence in all programs and services. The main campus is in Albemarle County, Virginia. Classes are also offered at the PVCC Eugene Giuseppe Center in Stanardsville, Va. (Greene County) and the PVCC Jefferson School Center in downtown Charlottesville.