DMACC President Rob Denson, left, presents a plaque to DMACC College and Career Transition Counselor Dr. Patricia Tice in recognition of the first-year success of the program at area high schools. Photo courtesy DMACC

Last August DMACC hired seven CCTCs to represent 13 area high schools. The CCTCs have met some 4,000 times with students and their families in the past nine months and assisted with nearly 150 events across the DMACC area.

Dr. Tice is the DMACC Counselor who works with ADM High School and she has been instrumental in assisting students and their families with post high school plans. She helps students to navigate post high school options by assisting with scholarships, college or trade school applications, filling out the FAFSA, job shadows, and so much more.

Thank you, Dr. Tice for everything you have done at ADM this year. We are glad to have you on our team!