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Campus News

February 26th, 2019

STEPS Workforce Scholarship established at GC

The Garrett County Steps to Better Health Committee (STEPS) Workforce Scholarship was recently established by the Garrett College Foundation. The purpose of the scholarship is to support students pursuing a workforce related health major at Garrett College.


Pictured seating from left to right are: Cherie Krug, executive director of GC Foundation; Richard Midcap, GC president; Miranda Kessel, marketing coordinator, Garrett Regional Medical Center and treasurer of the Garrett County STEPS to Better Health (Health Fair); Stephen Putnam, director of the Community Aquatic and Recreation Complex. Back row: Julie Yoder, dean of continuing education and workforce development; Bob Stephens, Garrett County Health Officer, Garrett County Health Department and member of the Garrett County STEPS to Better Health (Health Fair).

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