Chadron State College student Michaela Hill of Douglas, Wyoming, is the November Project Strive/TRiO Student of the Month.
Hill, a Social Work major, said she chose to further her education at CSC because the application was free and she had heard good things about the Social Work program.
Each month, Project Strive/TRiO recognizes a participating student based on his or her work in the program and other activities on campus or in the community.
Chadron State College's Project Strive/TRiO program, located in the lower level of the King Library, is an academic enrichment program committed to help students succeed. Project Strive also focuses on career exploration, cultural and social enrichment and self-awareness. To be eligible for the program, a student must be one of the following: A first generation student where neither parent has a four-year degree, meet low income status based on U.S. Department of Health and Human Services criteria, or have a documented disability. For more information, visit https://www.csc.edu/projectstrive/.To view these students click here: https://csc.meritpages.com/achievements/Hill-named-Student-of-the-Month/116005