The Ohio State Bar Association's first Paralegal Certification exam was given in June.  Three of our graduates, Margaret Bowers, D.J. Shane, and Penny Collette passed the exam and are now Certified Paralegals.


Kimemia Migwe, a Travel and Tourism student, received a $1000.00 Scholarship from Tourism Cares.

Kelly Gray, a CIS Network Engineering student, was selected from several hundred applicants to receive the NETLAB+(R) Scholarship Award for Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) 3 & 4.  She will receive $500 to help cover tuition for the third and fourth courses in the CCNA coursework.

Four SCC Culinary Arts’ students will join students from Cincinnati State and Columbus State in a Recipe Creation Contest sponsored by Club 55 and restaurant and banquet service located in Tipp City, Ohio. The contest will include a $500.00 prize for an entrée recipe and $250.00 prize for a specialty drink recipe. The winning recipes will carry the name of the student who created the recipe. Judging will take place Thursday, November 1, at 11:00 am in the Tartan Terrace.

Culinary Competition Team Co-Captain, Markus Montreul was awarded $500 for his original entrée that was prepared and served to the owners of Club 55 in Troy, for a contest they created for Sinclair Community College, Cincinnati State, and Columbus State culinary arts students. Markus’ entrée will be featured on the restaurant’s menu as their signature dish and it will include his name on the menu item. The owners came to Sinclair Community College on November 1st, after judging entries from the other schools, and were so impressed with Markus’ entry that they let him know on the spot that his plate won the competition! The entrée was consisted of a broiled salmon on a bed of cooked spinach with mashed sweet potatoes piped around it, garnished by pecan pieces drizzled with a brown sugar sauce. 
ACF Jr. Chef of the year awarded to Lisa Sharp-Gomez, a 2007 HMT/Culinary Arts graduate.