Cruising Towards Careers Car Show/Truck Meet

Saturday, June 1, 2019 - 9 AM - 1 PM


7th Annual CACC Scholarship Golf Outing

Saturday, June 8, 2019 - 8 AM Shot-gun


Thanks to the support and generosity of our

sponsors and golfers, more than $29,000 has been awarded through the Staff to Student Scholarship fund.


During the 2018-19 school year, 8 students will each be awarded a $1,000 scholarship.






2017-18 Scholarship Recipients

Zoe Maddix - Graphic Communications Technology (Pennfield)

Sara Gerber - Education Academy (Pennfield)

Keith LeRoux - 21st Century Health Careers (Pennfield)

Sheridan Hedrick - Aviation Exploration (Olivet)

Alexandria Maas - Education Academy (Olivet)

Christina Phillips - Cosmetology (Union City)

Skyla Reynolds - 21st Century Health Careers (Athens)

Trevor Sanchez - Education Academy (Lakeview)



Scholarship Recipient Stories

Here are a few of our stories:


Alexis Aguilera demonstrating his culinary skillsAlexis Aguilera


I am currently attending Johnson and Wales University (JWU), North Miami campus, as a full-time student. I also do a work-study for JWU’s culinary storeroom. The CACC Staff to Student Scholarship has allowed me to pursue my dreams by helping with my first-year costs. I am on track, ready to begin the third trimester of my freshman-year on March 5, 2018, with my dining room labs and have scheduled my internship for next year winter term. Following that, I hope to become a teacher assistant in the storeroom.  I look forward to graduating with my bachelor’s in Culinary Arts and Hospitality so that I can work in the industry where I will further my knowledge, with the ultimate goal of opening my own restaurant.



A picture of Brianna Pliley, a 2016-17 scholarship recipient.Brianna Pliley


I graduated from Olivet High School in 2017, having completed 2 years at CACC in the 21st Century Health Careers program. My goal then as well as now is to pursue a career in the health field. I am currently attending school at Lansing Community College as well as working in a nursing home as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), a certification I earned, at no cost, through CACC. With the help of the Staff to Student Scholarship from CACC, I was able to take classes full-time and finish my prerequisite courses, preparing me for admission into the nursing program next year at Lansing Community College, for which I recently applied. My ultimate goal, after receiving my RN, would be to attend a completion program at Michigan State University, where I will obtain my Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN) and work in a hospital setting.