Student earns a ‘Dream Award’

The award recognizes graduates who change their lives for better through education.

Joshua Wyatt

Joshua Wyatt

Joshua Wyatt, a recent graduate of Everest College-Bremerton, was selected as the college’s 2013 Dream Award winner.

The award recognizes graduates who change their lives for better through education.

As a winner, Wyatt received a $2,500 Everest College scholarship to pursue an advanced program in his field of study.

“Joshua Wyatt has demonstrated exemplary achievement in his major; stands out personally and academically, and by becoming a president ambassador contributed greatly to the learning community of Everest College-Bremerton,” said Tim Allen, president of Everest College-Bremerton.

“He represents excellence in terms of his performance, compassion, and pride as an Everest graduate.”

 

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