FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 4, 2013
Guilford Technical Community College student Amelia Satterfield has
graduated from the Student Leadership Development Program (SLDP).
The year-long experience was developed by the North Carolina
Community College System (NCCCS) to broaden leadership training
opportunities and to better prepare community college students for
professional and civic responsibilities.
Satterfield was among 30 students
annually accepted by the SLDP to participate in a series of
workshops, seminars and activities where students learn the
fundamentals of leadership and are challenged to put their
knowledge to work through group and individual projects.
According to Satterfield, she discovered her leadership strengths
as well as her weaknesses.
"I gained valuable skills that continue to help me succeed in my
academic and personal life as I prepare for my future career," said
Satterfield, who is pursuing a degree in early childhood
Satterfield is interning at the Haynes-Inman Education Center in
Jamestown and looks forward to applying for a position as a teacher
Guilford Technical Community
College is the third largest of 58 institutions in the NC Community
College System. GTCC serves more than 40,000 students annually from
four major campuses and three specialized centers. Learn more at www.gtcc.edu.