Two SSC students, faculty advisor travel to Washington, D.C.

Seminole State College Student Government Association President Clayton Powell of Stroud and Vice President Trisha Kingsbury of Prague along with Faculty Advisor Bill Knowles recently attended the National Student Government Summit in Washington D.C.

While attending the four-day training conference students and advisors from across the nation shared ideas, networked and received training from the American Student Government Association staff.

The summit offered private consulting on specific areas of concern, student government related workshops, sight-seeing tours, roundtables with student government leaders and a tour of the U.S. Capitol.

The SSC Student Government Association is dedicated to promoting the interests of the total student body by formulating and proposing ideas to administration for the improvement of the college.

“We strive to encourage and promote student participation in the planning and implementation of college activities and to serve as an open forum for the discussion of issues that impact students of SSC,” said Knowles.

“The Washington D.C. trip gave the SGA officers training on topics and issues that impact students across the nation and was a great opportunity to form bonds with other SGA leaders cross the nation.”